Le Roy considers tactical changes ahead of next game
Le Roy considers tactical changes ahead of next game Website
Claude Le Roy, head coach of the Black Stars, is considering tactical adjustments to the team in the last group game against Morocco next Monday at the Ohene Djan Stadium in Accra. Le Roy’s decision follows the suspension of key player Laryea Kingston for the game against Morocco after he picked up a second yellow card in the competition. “We are going to make some changes in the team, for the next game because of the absence of Kingston, who is a key figure in my tactical plans. “His absence is a worry to me but I believe there are equally good players in the team to take up his role”. Coach Le Roy told the press after the Ghana-Namibia game. Coach Le Roy said though they managed to pick the three points at stake, his team did not play a fantastic game, adding that they had been provided with an opportunity to prepare adequately for the next game. According to the coach, “Ghana played against a more determined and well organised Namibian side that was not ready to lose by another 5-1 margin”. “Namibians were a better side and they played a very good game and I must congratulate them for their performance,” Coach Le Roy said. Commenting on the performance of Asamoah Gyan, the Coach said the player did not have a good day but added that he had a lot of confidence in him. He said he believed the striker would be back in the next game against Morocco with a better performance. The coach said the team would put up a much more improved performance against Morocco.