Ex-Ghana Black Stars assistant coach Ibrahim Tanko called on Ghanaians to support head coach CK Akonnor in order to end the country’s AFCON trophy drought.
Ghana have not won the Africa Cup of nations since 1982. They were closed to winning the silverware both in 1992, 2010 and 2015.
However, they lost in final to Ivory Coast then to Egypt and rivals Ivory Coast agin.
Speaking on Joy FM, Tanko said it is time to join together and support Akonnor for the glory of the Black Stars.
“I think every coach will love to coach the Black Stars,” he told Joy Sports, as per Ghanasoccernet.
“I always take this advice from my brother Anthony Baffoe who tells me God’s time is the best.
“If God ordains that I’m going to be a Black Stars coach so be it if not, it’s not only Black Stars that you can coach.
“The experience I have, outside, club, national team, and all those things, I don’t know what I have to do to get the job.
“We have a coach, let’s all support him, and let’s hope that we are going to break this our 30-40 years of African Cup of nations winning cup,” added Ibrahim Tanko.