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2022 World Cup playoffs: The spirit of Baba Yara is in support – Ghanaians told

Samuel Anim Addo, a member of the Ghana Football Association’s [GFA] Executive Council, believes the spirit at the Baba Yara Stadium would help the Black Stars upset Nigeria’s Super Eagles in the World Cup playoffs.

Following the rejection of the Cape Coast Stadium, FIFA confirmed on Wednesday that the Black Stars will face their opponents, the Super Eagles, in the first leg of the last round of World Cup qualifiers at the Kumasi Stadium.

Samuel Anim Addo, speaking on Citi TV, said Ghanaians should rally behind the Black Stars to create an intimidating atmosphere that will enable Ghana beat Nigeria on March 25, 2022.

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“The mechanisms have shown some flexibility, and I urge every Ghanaian to embrace it.” Kumasi has a spirit, and we want them to experience it when they come to play us,” he explained.

“The Nigerians understand that we are superior to them; they understand that we taught them everything they know about football and life.” They argue we don’t have Asamoah Gyan, but they must understand that the spirit of Gyan will be present, and we will score them, as will the spirit of the Asanteman kingdom. They must be sweating as they prepare to play in Kumasi. He went on to say, “We will show them that we are Ghana.”

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On March 29, Ghana will be hosted in Abuja.

The Baba Yara Sports Stadium has seen some of Ghana’s best-ever performances, the most memorable of which being a 6-1 victory over Egypt eight years ago to secure a ticket to the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

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