Thursday Jul 20, 2023. 15:00
Ghana Football Association (GFA)’s executive council member George Amoako has commented on Chris Hughton’s first four months in charge of the Black Stars.
The English-Northern Irish tactician has taken charge of three matches since his appointment as the new Black Stars boss with all three games being part of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers.
Ghana have won one and drawn two with the West African giants yet to qualify for the finals, but they will do so if they beat the Central African Republic in their final Group E game in September 2023.
Amoako has intimated that the performance of Hughton since he replaced Otto Addo has been unimpressive.
“Have you seen Chris Hughton’s performance? He has played three matches. He hasn’t been impressive,” Amoako told Angel FM according to Ghana Soccer Net.
“If you look at the teams, Madagascar. I went to see the game against Angola and all the games I have seen we play under him.
“I am not really impressed. Let’s pray at least that we will qualify for the 2023 AFCON.”
The Black Stars will host the Central African Republic in a must-win game in two months’ time.