Former Ghana midfielder, Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu, has said that the change of venue for the first leg of their 2022 World Cup playoffs against Nigeria from Cape Coast to Kumasi will favour them.
The venue was changed after the Confederation of African Football rejected the original choice for not meeting the standards.
The game will be played March 25, three days before the Black Stars travel to Abuja for the return tie.
“Playing matches in Kumasi are so special. Personally, I love playing there and I hope our guys will be very ready for the game against Nigeria.
“I want to be in Qatar. Even if I am not in the team, I would want to watch the World Cup in Qatar, so I want my country to beat Nigeria and qualify.
“The Black Stars players don’t need any motivation from anyone to play and win against Nigeria. I think the game is big enough for the boys to motivate themselves and win to make Ghanaians proud,” Badu told Oyerepa FM.
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