Baba Rahman awaiting Guinea clash
Ghana defender Abdul Baba Rahman has spoken of his excitement about facing Guinea in his hometown of Tamale.
Left-back Abdul Baba Rahman has been one of the green shoots for Ghana since their World Cup debacle. The Augsburg defender missed out on the trip to Brazil, but returned to the squad in the first game back after the summer.
Jeffrey Schlupp started in the 1-1 draw with Uganda, but Baba Rahman was installed as left-back against Togo and has kept his place ever since, being an ever-present as the Black Stars beat the Sparrow-Hawks and drew with Guinea.
Now his awaiting the second leg, which is to be played in his hometown of Tamale.
Speaking to Goal Ghana, the defender began, “It is really good for me going to play in my hometown. This is my first time going to play in the Tamale Stadium and I am looking forward to it,
“The fans should expect something good from the Black Stars and I will also keep working hard to be a more better player.”
Interim boss Maxwell Konadu will remain in the dugout for the upcoming battle with the National Elephant as Ghana are yet to appoint a successor to Kwesi Appiah.