Molefi Ntseki has revealed finding very limited changes in the Ghana team since June’s friendly ahead of AFCON 2019.
The two sides played to a goalless draw when Ntseki was still an assistant to former coach Stuart Baxter. Looking ahead to this week’s AFCON 2021 qualifier, Ntseki has looked-in the Black Stars camp and squad.
“In terms of our analysis and profiling of Ghana, we played them in Dubai [before the 2019 Afcon] and there is not much of a change in their playing personnel," Ntseki told Sowetan Live.
“The coach [Kwesi] Appiah if he stays we have seen him and analysed him. Analysing is not only about the players you should also do the coach to see what he prefers. We are still getting more clips so that we go to the match with confidence.”
After a six hour flight from OR Tambo International airport, we have safely landed in Accra, Ghana. We still have a bus drive of about 2 hours to Cape Coast. Ghana is two hours behind South Africa, it is now 10h11 here, and 01h11 in SA@BafanaBafana @Banyana_Banyana @COSAFAMEDIA pic.twitter.com/dIXghDENAU— Bafana Bafana (@BafanaBafana) November 11, 2019
Bafana will face Ghana on Thursday evening before flying out to SA to host Sudan next Sunday.