Minister of Trade and Industry, Alan Kyeremanten, has called on Ghanaians to throw their support behind the Black Stars ahead of their clash with Portugal in the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Taking to his Twitter page, he stated that he was “optimistic that the Black Stars will make us proud.”
He said, “Together, let’s support our Stars to victory as they show the results of their hardwork, teamwork, leadership and discipline. Come on Black Stars.”
Ghana!— Alan John Kyerematen (@AlanKyerematen) November 23, 2022
As we embark on our 4th World Cup participation, I am optimistic that the Black Stars will make us proud.
Together, let’s support our Stars to victory as they show the results of their hard work, teamwork, leadership and discipline.
Come on Black Stars 🇬🇭 pic.twitter.com/djISETUV4R
The Black Stars are in group H alongside Portugal, Uruguay, and South Korea.
Ghanaian soccer fans are looking forward to Thursday’s clash against Portugal, one of the teams tipped by pundits to make it to the round of 16 from the group.
Soccer fans are looking forward to a revenge performance at least against Uruguay.
The South American country denied the Black Stars progression to the Semifinals of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa as a result of a deliberate goal line handball clearance by Louis Suarez.
The Ghana-Portugal game is one that is highly anticipated, and the hope is that the President’s visit will spell a good omen for the Black Stars as they face Christiano Ronaldo’s Portugal.
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