Ghana coach Otto Addo has discussed the reasons he could make changes against Nicaragua, but warned nobody is guaranteed of a place in the team.
WHAT HAPPENED? The Black Stars will be keen to return to winning ways when they take on the Blue and White in a friendly at Estadio Francisco Artes Carrasco on Tuesday.
Ghana suffered a 3-0 defeat against Brazil at Stade Oceane in France last Friday. The 47-year-old Addo handed debuts to new players defenders Tariq Lamptey and Mohammed Salisu as well as forward Inaki Williams.
WHAT DID HE SAY? Ahead of their second friendly, Addo was asked whether he will start players who did not feature against the Samba Boys, and he responded as quoted by Ghana FA website: 'I don't know, like I said it's a different match for everyone to know. For me I can ring over a team and play against the next team.
"But every team demands different things so I need to pick the players which I need for that game. Even though somebody has scored three goals it doesn't mean he has to play the next game, because the games and the teams or opponents are different and so different demands for each game this I have to bring players."
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