Goran Stevanovic has reiterated the need to keep focus on Ghana’s Nations Cup qualifier against Swaziland this Friday.
There is much talk about the 2010 Fifa World Cup quarter-finalists’ prestigious international friendly against five-time World champions Brazil on 5 September in London.
But the 44-year-old insists his priority is to secure victory against the Swazis in Accra and maintain top spot in Group I.
“I don’t want to talk about Brazil because for me the focus is on the Swaziland game,” the Serb said after his first training session on Monday.
“We must win this game and leave a good impression in front of our home fans while also getting the needed three points.”
The Serbian trainer assured of the team’s readiness to put up a good showcase and wants massive support from the fans.
“I promise we’ll give off our best and we want all Ghanaians to join in because these people (players) deserve it.”
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