Ghana’s head coach Milovan Rajevac has announced that attacker Joel Fameyeh and others who did not appear in Saturday’s game against Zimbabwe will fight for the second half of the season.
Although the gaffer has 27 players in the camp, he only named 23 in his squad for the match day yesterday.
Striker Joel Fameyeh, who was in top form at his club, was dropped from the squad along with several others.
Coach Milovan Rajevac speaks about his decision to leave out the players, says coach Milovan Rajevac that it was a difficult decision.
“He’s not injured, it’s just a situation we had and we only had to apologize for a few players as we could only register 23 players for the game and we had to invite more players because of COVID. You should be proud but it it’s always like that.” a tough decision to choose someone who you think will be better suited for some games.
According to Milovan Rajevac, the players who missed yesterday’s game could face Zimbabwe in Tuesday’s second leg.
“That doesn’t mean they won’t fight for the next game. They are with us and part of the team, ”said the coach after yesterday’s victory.