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It’s sad and heartbreaking – Rev. Dr. Opuni-Frimpong ‘blasts’ Black Stars

Rev. Dr. Kwabena Opuni-Frimpong, the CEO of Alliance for Christian Advocacy Africa, has voiced dissatisfaction with the Black Stars’ performance versus Mozambique.

He stated, “The Black Stars are playing with the hearts of Ghanaians,” during an interview on Tuesday morning’s Dwaso Nsem program on Adom FM.

His remarks came after the team’s last Group B match at the Olympic Stadium in Abidjan on Monday night ended in a 2-2 tie with Mozambique after they gave away a two-goal lead in just six minutes.

It’s sad and heartbreaking – Rev. Dr. Opuni- Frimpong ‘blasts’ Black Stars

With just two points after the result, the Black Stars are currently in third place in the group and will have to work extremely hard to move up to one of the four third-place teams.

According to the Presbyterian Minister, football is not merely entertainment; it is a national passion that invokes a sense of nationalism.

To him, Ghana football is now a business venture, lamenting the apparent absence of patriotism in the sport.

“Football is now a business venture and so we don’t play with the country at heart but rather because we know there is something out there waiting for us. It is heartbreaking” he said.

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