Black Galaxies coach, Annor Walker, has assured of a different approach to the game against Sudan in their Championship of Africa Nations tournament on Thursday.
According to him, it is a must win game and after identifying some mistakes made in the first game against Madagascar, their approach to the game against Sudan would be entirely different.
Speaking at a pre-match press conference, the Ghana gaffer was confident they have corrected the mistakes and have prepared adequately for the Sudanese.
“The first Match we lost but I think we gave away all the goals we conceded. We are meeting Sudan tomorrow and we’ve corrected our mistakes.
“We will go into this match with a different mentality and strategy. Expect a different game from Ghana. Definitely they are also prepared for it.
“I am sure they were at the stadium to watch us play against Madagascar. I am sure they may have seen something about us and want to exploit it but everything will be different tomorrow”, the coach said.
He admitted that the defeat to Madagascar has affected their campaign but the only way they could progress in the competition would be to win this game and that was what they are focusing on now.
“Yes, it’s a must win for us. We suffered a painful defeat to Madagascar in our first match. The defeat has disturbed our campaign but we have a must win game tomorrow to correct our wrongs.
“We know anything aside a win will not help us so we are focused on doing our job tomorrow. We will go into the game with everything we can do to win tomorrow.