Ghana star Mohammed Kudus reiterates dedication to guide Ghana to 2026 FIFA World Cup Qualification


Ghanaian football sensation Mohammed Kudus has reaffirmed his commitment to guiding the Black Stars towards qualification for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.


Following Ghana’s recent triumph over Mali in Bamako, which reignited their hopes of qualification, the race in Group I remains fiercely contested, with Ghana, Madagascar, and Comoros all tied on six points.


Addressing the media during a press conference on Sunday, Kudus reiterated the team’s unwavering ambition:


“The belief has always been there. We all want to go to the World Cup; that’s our ultimate goal. It doesn’t matter how we get it.”


Acknowledging the challenges that lie ahead, the West Ham United star emphasized the importance of perseverance:


“Our coach has his tactics, but sometimes the game gets tougher. We just have to do our best and get the results.”


Kudus is poised to play a pivotal role in the upcoming clash against the Central African Republic in the 2026 World Cup qualifiers.


The Black Stars are set to face off against the Central African Republic in a crucial fixture at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi on Monday night, with kick-off scheduled for 7:00 pm GMT.


With a victory over the Wild Beasts, Ghana could ascend to the top spot in Group I standings, further strengthening their bid for World Cup qualification.

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