“Raoul Savoy, Central African Republic coach, aims for upset against Ghana in crucial World Cup Qualifier”


Central African Republic coach Raoul Savoy has delineated his team’s strategy for their imminent encounter against Ghana in the 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.


Addressing the press on Sunday, Savoy underscored the significance of humility and industriousness, particularly in the face of the challenges posed by playing away from home.


“It will be like every time, with humility, working a lot, because it’s an away game,” remarked Savoy.


“We have an opponent with some really good players and a new coach who wants to make his mark.”


Despite the formidable nature of the task at hand, Savoy exudes a sense of composure and remains steadfast in his focus on securing a positive outcome.


“We take this match with a lot of calm, a lot of will, with the hope of obviously a very good result here on Monday,” he added.


Armed with determination, the Central African Republic team is poised to unsettle Ghana and clinch a crucial victory in their quest for World Cup qualification.


The Wild Beasts are poised to lock horns with Ghana’s Black Stars at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi on Monday night as they set their sights on an upset.


In Group I, Madagascar, Comoros, and Ghana find themselves deadlocked on six points, closely trailed by Mali and the Central African Republic, both on four points each, while Chad languishes at the bottom with no points to their name.

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