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Ghana Will Win The World Cup In The Future – Black Stars Midfielder Predicts

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Ghana Black Stars’ midfielder, Daniel-Kofi Kyereh, is confident an African country is capable of winning the FIFA World Cup and has tipped Ghana to achieve that feat.

The closest Ghana has been to the World Cup trophy was during the 2010 edition in South Africa, where Milovan Rajevac’s side reached the quarterfinal stage, while the 2006 and 2014 editions saw them exit in the round 16th and group stage respectively.

 

The Black Stars will be making a return to the Mundial to be stated in Qatar in November after missing out on the last edition in 2018.

Kyereh, when quizzed by GQ South Africa about the possibility of an African team winning the World Cup said, “Yes! Ghana will receive the World Cup trophy one day.”

 

 

 

 

The tournament in Qatar will be the Freiburg midfielder’s second tournament with the Black Stars after playing at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations.

 

Speaking on his expectations for the tournament, he added, “I anticipate a fun tournament. And I expect us to represent our country to the best of our abilities, demonstrating to the world that we can compete with anyone.”

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Kyereh made his debut for the Black Stars in September 2021 during a World Cup qualifier game against Ethiopia, coming on in the 28th minute of the fixture.

 

 

 

 
GQ catches up with Daniel-Kofi Kyereh ahead of 2022 FIFA World Cup
 

Daniel-Kofi Kyereh, a 26-year-old Ghanaian midfielder, also plays forward for SC Freiburg and the Ghana national team. Kyereh was born in Ghana to a German mother and a Ghanaian father and moved to Germany when he was one year old. On September 3, 2021, he made his debut for the Ghana national team in a 1-0 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification win over Ethiopia.

GQ had a chat with Kofi to talk about the 2022 World Cup in Qatar and his passion for the game.

 

GQ: Play The Game ensures that your online brand is visible and accessible. How important is that to you?

Kofi Kyereh: Emmanuel Whajah and the rest of the Play The Game team are doing an excellent job of managing my brand while I concentrate on the game. Outside of football, I now have fans all over the world who ‘know me’ – something I would not be able to do if I hadn’t joined the agency.

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GQ: How was your transition from FC St. Pauli to SC Freiburg?

KK: I found it difficult to leave FC. St Pauli because it felt like the ideal club and city for me. But playing in the Bundesliga had always been a dream of mine, and the time had come for me to take the next step.

 

 

 

 

Do you think the World Cup trophy will ever come to the African continent?

KK: Yes! Ghana will receive the World Cup trophy one day.

GQ: How did your love football begin?

KK: I’ve always enjoyed playing with my ball since I was a child. And I’ve never stopped loving it.

GQ: What do you consider your greatest individual performance ever?

KK: My second half in the World Cup Play Offs against Nigeria.

GQ: What are your expectations for the World Cup Qatar?

KK: I anticipate a fun tournament. And I expect us to represent our country to the best of our abilities, demonstrating to the world that we can compete with anyone.

GQ: Who Is the toughest opponent you have ever faced and who is the best player you played alongside?

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KK: Alex Djiku is the most difficult opponent. Vincenzo Grifo is the best player I’ve ever play alongside.

GQ: You have an exceptional amount of creativity on the ball. How would you describe your style of playing?

KK: Joyful and determined. If you watch me play, you’ll notice how much I enjoy the game.

GQ: Who is your favourite player of all time? And why?

KK: Ronaldinho. The joy and energy he brought to the game makes me love to watch football.

GQ: Do you have other interests outside of football?

KK: I love traveling and see new places all around the world.

GQ: What do you want to be remembered as?

KK: As a role model and a footballer who brought love to the game.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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