Fatau Dauda unperturbed by bench role
Sunday, February 1, 2015
Ghana goalkeeper, Fatau Dauda says he is not stressed that Razak Braimah has been picked in front of him as the Black Stars first decision shot-plug amid the continuous African Cup of Nations in Equatorial Guinea.
Dauda was Ghana's most secure pair of hands amid the 2103 Nations Cup held in South Africa and was additionally ready to remove Adam Kwarasey after Ghana first diversion at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Numerous anticipated that Dauda will hence be given a beginning part at the 2015 AFCON, yet that has not been the situation, with new mentor Avram Grant favoring Spain based Razak Braimah.
Talking at a prematch question and answer session before Ghana's quarter-last diversion against Guinea on Sunday, Dauda says there's a solid feeling of solidarity among the three goalkeepers chose for the competition.
"On the off chance that a group will get to be fruitful, it will rely on upon the goalkeepers, we as goalkeepers are united, and that is the reason the Black Stars is making headway progressively. On the off chance that one of the three goalkeepers is chosen, whatever remains of us help him. In the event that we win, we win together and on the off chance that we lose, we lose together."
Braimah is required to be in post for the amusement against Guinea in Malabo, unless damage strikes.