L-R: Asamoah Gyan, Kwesi Appiah and André Ayew

Former Youth and Sports Minister, Nii Lante Vanderpuye has suggested that old players in the Black Stars team must be axed.

According to him, most of the players in the team have played in four or five Cup of Nations and are still playing for big teams abroad so they have nothing to lose if the Black Stars fail.

He believes that instead of always inviting and paying these players huge sums of money for winning nothing, Ghana should rather rely only on young players.

This means names such as Andre Ayew, Asamoah Gyan,
John Boye, Kwadwo Asamoah and Jonathan Mensah have to be excluded from the
Black Stars if the technical handlers are to go by his words.

“The Black Stars need to be rebuilt after
this year’s tournament,” he told Asempa Sports.

“Players who have played the Africa Cup of
Nations four times must all stay away from the team to allow new players to
take over the team.

“We have the likes of Yaw Yeboah, Samuel
Owusu, Kwabena Owusu among other players who are ready to play for the country
and when this is done, trust me, we will do something magical on the continent,”
he said.

During the
team’s pre- Africa Cup of Nations camping in the United Arab Emirates, Kwesi
Appiah invited five new players to complete his 29 provisional squad.

Fatau
Safiu, Felix Anan, Mohammed Alhassan, Samuel Owusu and Kwabena Owusu were all part
of the five players but Fatau and Alhassan were dropped from the final 23
squad.

Source: Adomonline.com | Asempa Sports
| Amenyoh Raphael





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