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Black Stars head coach – Milovan Rajevac, otherwise known as Milo is not ready to drop a point as Ghana take on the Warriors of Zimbabwe in Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying match at the Cape Coast Stadium on Saturday.

Tomorrow’s game will mark Milo’s first game since taking over from coach C.K Akunnor who was relieved off his post after two games.

Ghana [3 points] is currently second in the Group G standings, behind South Africa [4 points] having won one game [against Ethiopia] and lost one against South Africa.

The Black Stars nonetheless can still qualify should they win all the remaining games.

The return of coach Milo has brought some fresh energy in the Black Stars who won their last friendly game [8-0] against Soccer Intellectuals at the Cape Coast Stadium.

By Kristopeace Osei Wusu

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