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Posted: 4 January 2010 Time: 7:20 pm

Ghana's Nations Cup opponents will learn very little about the Black Stars from the international friendly against Malawi on Tuesday.

The game in Mbabane, Swaziland precedes Ghana's opening Nations Cup game against Togo but Milovan Rajevac says he wont be showing his hand in that game.

“As with every international friendly match we will have a very serious approach to the game,” he told KickOffGhana.com.

“Intentionally we did a lot of physical training here and the players will probably have heavy legs which is what we wanted at this period.

“Malawi will not show the real phase of this team. It will be more for some tactical things we will try out during the tournament.”

Despite Rajevac's stance the game against Malawi could provide vital clues to who could step in for Anthony Annan in case he does not recover and who fills the problematic left back slot.

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Anonymous
posted: 08:08 pm
The most important thing we are asking from NFA is to look for a foreign coach who will lift up the Super Eagle to reach there aims, becos we have been passing so many disappointment with Amodu teams and we can not continues like that look at nigeria have money to look for a foriegn coach but due to they are looking for there pocket they will not and the system is not improving nigerian football teams, all the poorest country have foriegn coach but nigerian will surely be cliaming over too know in this regards.

Please we kindly beg you people to do well for Jesus and look for coach who can carry us to world cup in SOUTH AFRICA. to enable us bring that cup to nija because we have the materials and qualities of players to bring that cup ooooooooooo
Anonymous
posted: 11:13 pm
THE IDEAL EXPERIMENT: BETWEEN RAJEVAC AND AMODU

I have read on this blog several postings heaping praise uopn praise on the Ghana coach, Rajevac. The reason is not far fetched.
The Ghana squad for AFCON represents what a lot of Nigerians (or forumites) are clamouring for. Of 23 named players, 8 are from the U20 WC winning side in Egypt this year. 8! These 8 boys played in the same U17 tournament in 2007 with Rabiu, Haruna, Alfa et al and then graduated to the U20. Now they are in the national team, the black stars and will be fielded in Angola in about 7 days time.
Thus the squads presented by Nigeria and Ghana contrast very sharply and will thus make for an interesting experimental study: ‘old’ vs youth, 'experience' vs adventurous. Age, pace, tactics, deployments and experience will come into play.Going by the aforementioned postings, more than 95% of forumited have already given it to the black stars should we face them at any stage in Angola.
I therefore want to declare that if Ghana has a better AFCON outing than the SE, the anti-Amodu’s would have made their point. But if Nigeria has a better outing, I think the issue of Amodu this, Amodu that will be laid to rest finally. A SE vs Black Stars match will make for the perfect laboratory for the IDEAL EXPERIMENT.
Does anyone agree? I cant wait!
Anonymous
posted: 02:11 am
Should Ghana meet Nigeria...its gonna be 4-0 for the Gold Coasters
Anonymous
posted: 09:16 am
@richie It will Ghana black stars another 15 years again before they can beat Super Eagles of Nigeria again. You may like to cross check what I have just said.
Anonymous
posted: 05:36 pm
Ghanaians are gonna bring up a team that the world will be shocked. The problem Ghana has always had is that we only have a startin XI. Now after this tournament, if these boys play their hearts out and do very well, we will have another XI which means we have buit up 22 strong team. Now, tell me how Nigeria will be able to do that. There is no coach in Africa that will take that risk except the Oyinbo cus they done believe in AGE, they believe in what you can do. It would NEVER EVER take Ghana 15 years to beat Nigeria. We all know about BIG names in the squas but unpatriotism kills the whole super eagle. Apart from ODEM there is no other partiotic 9ja footballer. They cherish their legs more than their country and we all know that
Anonymous
posted: 09:03 pm
The invitation extended to these 8 juveniles is premature!!!! Like the Gunners, Ghana will soon discover that you cannot employ boys for a job meant for men and expect results! Qualifying easily from a group including only Mali as the strong team has misled Ghana......they will come crashing down to earth......luckily for them......in Angola!!!!
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