Why Danland Ibrahim isn’t Black Stars’ number one goalkeeper – Saddick Adams explains

Why Danland Ibrahim isn’t Black Stars’ number one goalkeeper – Saddick Adams explains

Ghanaian Sports Journalist, Saddick Adams, known popularly as Sports Obama says goalkeeper, Danland Ibrahim, is good but it will be premature to be named the Black Star’s number one shot-stopper.

Sports Obama shares the sentiment the safest pair of hands for BetPawa Premier League side Asante Kotoko Football Club needs exposure before he is promoted to such a position.

He thinks getting the exposure will pave the way for Danland Ibrahim to command a starting lineup in the men’s senior national team and accomplish success.

“I would want him to learn the robs a bit. He appears to be the only player in the Ghana team who has gone through all the ranks – the levels. U-17, U-20, U-23, and to the local team, the CHAN team and now getting a shot at the Black Stars,” he told Paul Adom-Otchere on Good Evening Ghana.

While speaking on Metro TV’s political and current affairs programme on Tuesday, November 15, 2022, the SWAG Sports Journalist of the Year, stated without mincing words Danland Ibrahim being in the pole will be unfavourable for Ghana and truncate the Black Stars’ World Cup campaign.

“Going to throw Danlad in the free against Portugal in the first game at the World Cup, Perhaps, you would want to… very young, You know, Ghana has the youngest team in the World Cup,” he argued.

Otto Addo, the head coach of Black Stars on Monday named his final 26-man squad for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

The 26-man squad was in consultation with the rest of the technical team,

Goalkeepers Joseph Wollacott and Richard Ofori were left out due to injury.

Legendary Black Stars player, Asamoah Gyan, who was hoping for a Black Stars return was, unfortunately, not called.

Goalkeepers; Lawrence Ati-Zigi, Ibrahim Danlad, and Abdul Manaf Nurudeen

Defenders; Denis Odoi, Tariq Lamptey, Alidu Seidu, Daniel Amartey, Joseph Aidoo, Alex Djiku, Mohammed Salisu, Baba Rahman, and Gideon Mensah

Midfielders; Andre Ayew, Thomas Partey, Elisha Owusu, Salis Samed, Mohammed Kudus, and Daniel-Kofi Kyereh.

Strikers; Inaki Williams, Antoine Semenyo, Jordan Ayew, Kamaldeen Sulemana, Daniel Afriyie Barnieh,  Kamal Sowah, Fatawu Issahaku, and Osman Bukari

Ghana will start its World Cup campaign against Portugal on November 24.

Four days later, the Black stars will face South Korea.

On December 2, team Ghana will play their final group stage against Uruguay.


By: Bernard Ralph Adams | Metrotvonline.com | Ghana

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