Ghana coach: I'm still optimistic.
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Milovan Rajevac, Ghana's coach, says he still believes in his squad despite the fact that they have yet to win at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations.
Following their loss to Morocco, the Black Stars drew 1-1 with Gabon on Friday evening, putting them in third place in Group C.
For a second game, Rajevac criticised the team's lack of concentration, but coach remained optimistic that they could win their last group game.
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"It was a tough, competitive game." We were expected to win the game, but we lost attention, just like the previous game," Rajevac stated afterward, according to Goal.
"I believe we will do better in the next game and be able to collect the three points needed to advance to the next round." To move forward, we must remain focused and steadfast. My team has my complete trust. It won't be an easy start, but we'll find strength and determination to push ourselves as far as we can.
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