Black Stars assistant coach Maxwell Konadu admits his boss faces a selection dilemma ahead of Tuesday’s 2014 World Cup qualifying decider against Egypt following the return of star midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng.
The Schalke enforcer missed the first leg drubbing in Kumasi due to a miscalculation by his hairstylist, who is alleged to have applied an overdose of relaxer to KPB’s hair, leaving his head looking like Sakasaka Park. The midfielder is however back in the camp of the Black Stars after a quick trip to Rooney’s hairstylist.
The player’s impressive azonto moves during this morning’s training session has however forced the head coach to reconsider his team selection, alleges assistant coach Konadu. KPB displayed a rare combination of intricate azonto steps placing him ahead of Muntari and Essien, in the pecking order of who partners Baby Jet for the all important Al Qaeda dance move during goal celebrations on Tuesday.
With less than a week to go, Appiah has a really crucial decision to make and he is under immense pressure to get it right. He has consequently pleaded with Ghanaians to remember him in their prayers as he makes this all important decision of who partners Baby Jet for the goal celebrations.
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