President of the Ghana Football Association, Kwesi Nyantakyi, says he’s perturbed over Ghana’s inability to break the 36-years trophy-less drought at the African Cup of Nations.
The four time African Champions won their last AFCON in 1982 and long drought has dwindled the fortunes of Ghana’s football which is largely retrogressing.
But Nyantakyi who doubles as the Ist Vice President of CAF, has revealed how this trophy-less is a cause of worry for him.
”It worries me that Black Stars have still not won any AFCON in my tenure,” Nyantakyi told Zylofon FM.
The President of the GFA further cleared the misconception about his association using the Black Stars to make money as asserted by some critics of the FA.
”Some people have wrong perception that we the GFA use the ‘Black Stars’ to play friendly games for money. We use the friendlies to assess our players and what people should bear in mind is that the Black Stars is not Brazil, Spain, Argentina or Germany,” Nyantakyi added.