The Black Stars host Sudan and could seal their place at South Africa 2010, if they win in Accra and Mali draw against Benin. The prospect of that is raising expectation levels and interest in the game but coach Rajevac says he is keen to shield his players from all the hype.
He has named a 20-man squad full of established internationals for the match and says they will have to work hard for their victory on the day. “It is only through hard work that we can achieve our dream and I have told the players that I met,” he told Ghanasoccernet.
Rajevac arrived back in Ghana on Thursday, after what he called an extensive monitoring mission, even though he still named a fairly predictable squad for the game against Sudan.
“The mission was extensive and it has given me a good idea of the players to use, not only for the Sudan game, but for the future too. “I am satisfied with what I saw before naming my squad for the Sudan game and I know we will continue to win but we must not be over confident,” he added.
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