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‘I would have end Ghana’s Afcon trophy drought if I was coach’ – Abdul Razak


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Former Ghana International, Abdul Razak believes the country would have been able to clinch the AFCON trophy had he been given the chance to coach the Black Stars.

Ghana has not won the AFCON trophy in 38 years, with the last triumph coming in 1982.

Razak, who won the AFCON as a player in 1978 believes he should be given the opportunity to manage the Black Stars in future due to his qualities and experience.

“I was an assistant coach for the National team and that was the period where I should have been appointed as Head Coach, I am sure we would have won the AFCON trophy by now if that had happened.” He said in an interview with Citi Sports.

“I believe in what I can do if given the chance, but I was not given the chance, even till date.

“If we are talking about winning in Ghana and in foreign clubs, I have won it, Why not try me and see what I can do.” He concluded.

Razak had a short spell as assistant Black Stars coach back in 2000 under then Head coach, Guiseppe Dosena.

In his time with the National team he helped the country win the 1978 African Cup of Nations.


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