Head coach of Accra Great Olympics, Annor Walker says he has the requisite skill and experience to lead the Black Stars to their 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Nigeria.
According to 61-year-old, should he be given the chance as an interim to lead the Black Stars against Nigeria in March 2022, he will be able to deliver and secure qualification to the football Mundial to be hosted in Qatar.
After an abysmal display at the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon, Serbian trainer, Milovan Rajevac who was in charge of the Black Stars was shown the exit, leaving the country without a coach ahead of Ghana’s game against Nigeria.
Ghana failed to win a single game and lost to debutants Comoros and Morocco as well as sharing the spoils with Gabon.
In an interview with AshesGyamera.com, Annor Walker, who doubles as Ghana’s Black Stars B coach, says he has what it takes to help the team prepare for ythe game against Nigeria in the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
“Why not? If I’m given the chance, I don’t think it is bad. It is left with me to do a good job,” Walker said.
“Are the foreign players the only ones that can play for the national team? We have local players who are equally good. You saw Kotoko players just like Olympics players, Medeama have players, so we have players who can also play the national team.
“So it is left us and the FA to decide who should play the national team. That is right [as more local players should be given the opportunity to represent Ghana]. I think it will also help so to me that is how I see it,” he added.