Dropped players must 'stay calm'


Earlier in the week, the Holland-based duo of Francis Dickoh and midfielder Matthew Amoah told reporters that they are seriously considering quitting their international careers after they were excluded from the Black Stars’ final squad.

Nyantakyi told the Ghanaian media that it would be premature for any of the decamped players to end their international career, stressing that nobody had a permanent shirt in the team and that the players who were dropped would get their chance to represent the country soon.

“They have a chance next time since we are looking at current form now.

“They are not in the team today but they may be in the team tomorrow, so nobody should get angry because nobody has a permanent position in the Black Stars. It is for the best players in Ghana at a particular point in time,” he added.