Daniel Amokachi mocks Ghana over match venue confusion
By Guardian Exclusive
16 March 2022 | 9:53 am
Nigeria legendary footballer Daniel Amokachi has mocked Ghana over the country’s struggle to get a stadium for the first leg of the 2022 World Cup playoff scheduled for late March. The 20,000 capacity, Cape Coast stadium was initially scheduled to host the crucial fixture but the venue was rejected by CAF due to the poor state of the pitch.
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