Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu is not taking Ghana’s final 2013 Nations Cup qualifier against Malawi lightly.
The 21-year-old insist there are no minos in the modern game of football and thus The Flames should not be underrated.
The Udinese midfielder went on to re-assure the players’ commitment to seeing the Black Stars qualify for the tournament to be hosted in South Africa next January.
“When the draw game and I saw we were going to play against Malawi I said to myself there were no easy games anymore,” he said.
“Everything has changed. Look at the team that beat Egypt (Central African Republic).
“The connoisseurs of the game would say 90 out f 100 for Egypt to beat them but they (CAR) rather beat Egypt.
“Football has changed now so we have to be well concentrated. The most important thing is that now all the players are in pre-season so we will get an injury free session to come and work for our country.
“It is not going to be easy but surely by God’s grace everything will be fine and we will deliver to qualify the nation.”
Ghana will first host Malawi in September before traveling for the return encounter in October.
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