Two-time African Cup of Nations winner Rev. Osei Kofi is impressed with the performance of winger Mohammed Kudus in the Black Stars.
According to the 1965 AFCON joint top scorer, the Black Stars have always had a talisman leading the team, and it is now time for Mohammed Kudus to flourish.
Rev. Osei Kofi said Mohammed Kudus justified why Ghanaians were anxious for his return to the team after scoring twice and producing a man-of-the-match performance against Egypt.
“Every generation has its talisman in the Black Stars. Edward Acquah and Aggrey Fynn were the big guys in the early 1960s; I took over the mantle, and in the 1970s, it was Mohammed Polo. We’ve had several others, and now it is the time of Mohammed Kudus,” Rev. Osei Kofi said on Rainbow Radio Accra.
He also urged Ghanaians not to give up hope on the Black Stars ahead of the final group game against Mozambique on Monday, January 22, 2023, in the ongoing African Cup of Nations.
By: Joel Eshun/Rainbowradioonline.com/Ghana