Ghana's 'do well' target hasn't changed - Nyantakyi
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
The FA President says he appreciates the way that the "do well" target is liable to different translations, additionally says "doing admirably' incorporates winning the trophy.
"We haven't reconsidered the target. The target is the same. It is to do well, and that incorporates winning the trophy. I demand that at the time of aiming to get the competition, it was quite reasonable to situated a sensible target in view of the late arrangement of the mentor. In the event that we don't win the trophy, we will survey the variables mindful and make a move, yet we are not precluding the possibility of winning a definitive," Nyantakyi told Finder Sports.
Ghana has busy a spot in the semi-finals of the 2015 AFCON in the wake of beating Guinea 3-0 in the quarter-finals last Sunday.
The Black Stars now play Equatorial Guinea on Thursday, February 5 in Malabo, and a win for the Stars will mean a date in the last with either DR Congo or Ivory Coast.
The Black Stars are pursuing a fifth Nations Cup crown and a first trophy in the most recent 33 years.
Ghana's last Nations Cup triumph came in 1982 in Libya.