Prosper Narteh Ogum, the Black Galaxies’ assistant coach in Ghana, is optimistic about the team’s ability to improve throughout the 2022 CHAN competition.
The team has consciously been striving to improve their performance before their upcoming match in the competition, the coach claims, after learning from their experiences during the group stage matches.
He continued by saying that the team had used the downtime to strengthen its deficiencies and remedy its mistakes.
“We are on with our training schedule in terms of the physical, technical, and psychological components of the game. We’ve played some few matches, we’ve seen our strengths and weaknesses and we are training accordingly,” the former Kotoko coach said.
He added, “I want to assure Ghanaians that as the tournament unfolds, we will get better. We are using this time to correct our weakness and our errors and consolidate our strength so we become better to conquer.”
In their final group encounter, the Black Galaxies defeated Sudan 3-1 after losing their opening game 3-2 to Madagascar at the 2022 CHAN competition.
The Black Galaxies, who are coached by Annor Walker, will play Niger in the tournament’s quarterfinals.