Raoul Savoy of Central African Republic aims for revenge against Ghana in World Cup 2026 Qualifiers


Central African Republic coach Raoul Savoy engaged with the media on Sunday, laying out his team’s mindset ahead of their pivotal clash against Ghana in the 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.


Reflecting on their recent hard-fought victory against Chad in Oujda, Morocco, Savoy acknowledged the obstacles they encountered but stressed the paramount importance of securing the win.


“It was not easy in Oujda against Chad, but the key was to win, to then travel quietly and join Kumasi to better prepare for the game against Ghana on Monday,” remarked Savoy.


The coach expressed gratitude that none of his players sustained injuries, ensuring they would be at full strength for the upcoming showdown.


“We will benefit from our full force because no one was injured, which is a good thing. My players are ready and eager to do something on Monday…”


Savoy also recalled their previous encounter with Ghana in September of the previous year, which ended in a narrow defeat.


“…not forgetting our September game where we played well but lost at the end on a contestable goal. It will be a very close game, and I hope it’s our turn to get our revenge.”


With unwavering determination and a hunger for redemption, the Central African Republic team is poised to challenge Ghana fiercely on Monday at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi.

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