The Ghana Football Association’s president, Kurt Okraku, acknowledges it’s tough to explain the Black Stars’ poor performance at the 2021 AFCON in Cameroon.
Since the West Africans debuted in 1963, the four-time AFCON champions have had their weakest AFCON campaign.
With just one point from three games and a -2 goal deficit, the Black Stars finished third in Group C, behind Morocco, Gabon, and debutants Comoros.
In the middle of the country’s football community’s general discomfort, the president of Ghana’s football regulating body confessed that it is tough to explain why the country missed the event.
On Asempa FM, he added, “It’s a simple question with a tough response.”
After a disappointing showing at the tournament, the Ghanaian squad has arrived in Accra.