Black stars goalkeepers are now confident – Richard Kingston
Black Stars goalkeepers’ trainer Richard Kingston has expressed absolute believe in the current goalkeepers ahead of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
The West African powerhouse are returning to the global showpiece after missing out in Russia 2018, where France emerged winners.
The Black Stars goalkeeping department has been a major area of concern in major tournament in recent times due to inconsistencies in performance.
England-based goalkeeper Jojo Wollacot seems to have grabbed the number one spot, with Richard Ofori, Manaf Nurudeen and Lawrence Ati-Zigi being his deputies.
But speaking to GNA during a ‘Walk with the legends’ organized by the Ghana FA, the former Black Stars shot stopper was optimistic goalkeepers selected for the mundial will deliver.
“The goalkeepers we have now have confidence, and you can see that from the recent games we have played. They want to do something for the nation, and for me, that department is safe. Anybody who gets the chance to be in the post will give off their maximum best”
Ghana has been housed in Group H at the mundial against Portugal, Uruguay and South Korea.
The Black Stars will open their World Cup account against Portugal on November 24 before taking on Uruguay and South Korea respectively.
The biggest soccer mundial has been scheduled for November and December this year, with 32 countries set to battle it out for the covetous trophy in Qatar.