Serbian giant Red Star Belgrade manager Milos Milosevic says Ghana forward Osman Bukari must change the way he plays.
The manager heaped praises on the former KAA Gent player for his enormous quality as a footballer.
Nonetheless, the gaffer was quick to advise the the 22-year-old Ghanaian forward to play according to instructions and stop playing to suit himself at the expense of the team.
“Bukari started brilliantly, at times he showed power,” said Terzic as quoted by Football Ghana.
“He has the quality for the longest ranges, but I think he has to change the way he plays and do what the coach asks of him.
“He does everything for his own benefit. If he sets himself up properly, he can outrun all his rivals.”
The 24-year-old came on as a second-half substitute for Ghana, who had lost their World Cup opener 3-2 to Portugal. He headed in the second goal, but it wasn’t enough to earn the Black Stars a point.