I don’t believe in formations – Kwesi Appiah

Head coach of the Black Stars, Kwesi Appiah, says he doesn’t put a lot of accentuation on formations in football.

This comes after his side commenced their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers against South Africa with a persuading 2-0 win.

After the triumph, Kwesi Appiah addressed media as he tended to the worry about his group’s shape against Bafana.

“I don’t trust in coaches who rely upon playing 4-5-1, 4-4-2 and each one of those sort of stuff. The significant thing is the point at which you have the ball, strategically, your style of play transforms,” he said.

Ghana overwhelmed South Africa at the Cape Coast Stadium on Thursday as the four-time Africa Cup champions had a greater amount of the ball (55% belonging) and oversaw more shots (11) than Molefi Ntseki’s men.

Mentor Appiah addressed his group’s framework and what empowered his players to hold ownership effectively.

“At whatever point we had the ball, you see two individuals going forthright. At the point when we lost the ball, contingent upon where we lost it, we respond in an unexpected way. In the event that we have lost the ball on the left side, the privilege midfielder should come in and afterward one of the strikers drops back.”

“So we have in any event around five players in the recreation center. The explanation we pack it that path is to ensure that we get the show on the road back. The substance of our game is to guarantee that we have the ball so we can play strategically how we need,” he included.

Ghana will hope to make it consecutive successes without precedent for eight months when they face São Tomé and Príncipe today.

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