The erstwhile Juventus midfielder shares his thoughts on the Black Stars’ group opponents for the upcoming championship in Cameroon
Former Ghana skipper Stephen Appiah believes the Black Stars must be wary of Comoros ahead of their meeting at the Africa Cup of Nations finals next year.
The four-time champions have been drawn together in Group C of the championship, the other two teams being Morocco and Gabon.
The delayed tournament takes place between January 9 to February 6 in Cameroon.
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"It’s a very tricky one, I always say that as a former player, I will prefer to play against Cote d’Ivoire, Nigeria and the others because you know the players," Appiah, who played for Ghana at the 2000 and 2006 Afcon finals, said as reported by Citi Sports.