Head coach of the Black Stars of Ghana Milovan Rajevac, has urged his charges to deliver in their last two matches of the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
Ghana will be the guests of Ethiopia on November 11 at the Orlando Stadium in Johannesburg for their penultimate clash before completing the qualifiers against South Africa at the Cape Coast Stadium three days after.
The Black Stars have already touched down in Johannesburg ahead of the all important encounter against Ethiopia on Thursday.
Milovan Rajevac charged his team without Arsenal midfielder, Thomas Partey, defender, Jonathan Mensah who is injured and AS Roma striker, Felix Afena Gyan to put in more effort on the day.“We have to do this properly in order to achieve our target so that we can make everything easier for the future.
“We all have to put our efforts to make this happen.
“Everything is dependent on ourselves.
“I want you to feel each other, to work together.” Milovan Rajevac said through his interpreter.
The Black Stars are second on Group G with nine points, trailing leaders, South Africa by just a single point.
Ghana will move to the next round of the qualifiers if they are able to top the group.
The Black Stars have made three consecutive World Cup appearances, first in the 2006 edition held in Germany where they got eliminated at the round of 16 by Brazil after suffering a 3-0 defeat in Dortmund.
There was an improved performance in Ghana’s next appearance in South Africa 2010 in which they suffered a record quarter final exit via the penalty shootouts against Uruguay.
The 2014 World Cup will be an appearance Ghana will want to quickly forget after a poor run of results of one draw to Germany in the second game and two defeats to the USA in the opener and Portugal in the third, leading to a group stage exit.
Ghana however missed out on the 2018 edition held in Russia and will want to stage a comeback as the qualifiers for the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup rises to a crescendo.