Black Stars assistant coach, Mas Ud Didi Dramani says the two pre World Cup friendlies has helped new and the old players integrate.
The Black Stars lost 3-0 against Brazil in France and managed to pip Nicaragua 1-0 in Spain with Inaki Williams, Tariq Lamptey, Salisu Mohammed and Ransford Yeboah making their debut.
Dramani tells Radio Gold Talk Sport about the purpose of the game and it’s positive effect.
“I think that the two games was mainly for technical team, player integration and adaption.
“I think that in my opinion, the occasion was really well provided and well utilized.
“The players got to know themselves really faster because they are also professionals they try to read on each other’s moves before even they met so that they would have even connected.
“But I think that anyone who was around the team would tell you that the few days was used in so many aspects of the game.
“Where the team culture was even much enhanced, where the team cohesion and understanding was even prominent.
“Where the understanding and the different phases of our team building was occasioned by putting the players in adaptable mood in different phases.
“And these things are normal in this modern day of football.” Mas Ud Didi Dramani told Radio Gold Talk Sport.