Gladson Awako, who is the captain of the Black Galaxies, said that they will do their best at the African Nations Championship (CHAN) in Algeria.
The Accra Hearts of Oak midfielder said that when the competition is over, the team will make the country proud.
Awako told the media before the tournament that the team has done a great job getting ready and can’t wait to show it on the field.
“We are very calm, very relaxed and waiting for our day to get on the pitch and make our nation proud. To clean whatever went wrong at the World Cup. We will make sure we put smiles on the faces of Ghanaians.
“So far so good I will say the team spirit has been good. We are all cooperating very well and the togetherness in the team is very very great. I believe that when we carry it on into the games, it will help us to get far in this competition,” he said.
The 31-year-old also praised the work of the management team, pointing out that their ability to meet the players’ needs is a big part of why camp is a good place to be.
“We are very motivated. If you see how the management has treated us, they make sure they provide all our needs. And for us the players, we are only waiting to be on the field to do our work and also to make the nation proud,” he added
Ghana’s first game will be on January 15 at the Mohamed Hamlaoui Stadium in Constantine. It will be against Madagascar.