Ghana coach Charles Kwablan Akonnor insists the Black Stars will ‘work hard’ to qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
The four times African champions have been drawn alongside South Africa, Zimbabwe and Ethiopia in group G of the Africa WC qualifiers.
After failing to qualify to the mundial in 2018, C.K Akonnor believes Ghana has what it takes to reach Qatar but insists they will have to work for it.
“We know all the teams South Africa, Zimbabwe and Ethiopia will do their bit to get there but we will put in hard work and we know that hard work pays,” said the 45-year old after the draw.
“The last one we went to was in Brazil, we didn’t qualify for the last one and we are hoping and believing that this is the time for us to be back there.
“But it is important for us to put in hard work. It is the desire for all the teams to qualify but we will put a lot of work in the desire to qualify.”
The West Africa giants have been to three World Cup and are among the list of three countries from the continent to reach the quarter finals of the competition.