Formal Ghana International, Frimpong Manso has tested break Black Stars mentor, Otto Addo to drop Jordan Ayew in front of the 2022 World Cup season finisher games against Nigeria.
The Crystal Palace forward has battled to see as the rear of the net for both club and country.
As indicated by the Asokwa Deportivo gaffer, Otto Addo should take a tough choice by leaving Jordan out who is encountering an objective dry season.
“Our greatest cerebral pain is the assault, where Jordan Ayew has demonstrated that he can’t be depended upon to deal with it, thus the requirement for the Black Stars mentor to search for different choices as we meet Nigeria in our last World Cup qualifier,” Frimpong-Manso told the Graphic Sports.
Manso, who was important for Ghana’s crew that lost the 1992 AFCON last likewise called attention to that the public group’s goalkeeping, sidelong protection and midfield offices which he accepts need support for the Nigeria conflict.
“Our left-back position is additionally a reason for stress, and against Nigeria, who have sharp wingers, there is the requirement for the mentor to address that region comprehensively.
“We really want dependable protectors at our laterals to hold the wings of Nigeria, and in view of the result of the Black Stars in the AFCON. We really want one more glance at our left-back and right-backs, so we want to do everything to persuade Southampton focus back, Mohammed Salisu, and Brentford left-back, Tarique Fosu, to play against Nigeria.”
“One more shortcoming with the Black Stars is the goalkeeping office where Joseph Wollacott performed sub optimal in the AFCON.
“His result in Cameroon showed that he needs to give way to different goalkeepers, and Richard Attah of Hearts of Oak promptly rings a bell. In the event that Razak Abalora is in structure, he ought to likewise be welcome to join Attah,” prompted Coach Frimpong-Manso who recently dealt with the public under-17 group, Black Starlets.
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Jordan, who has scored 18 objectives in 73 covers for Ghana, has not observed the net for the public group since scoring against São Tomé and Príncipe in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match in March 2021.
Ghana will take on Nigeria on March 25 at the Baba Yara Stadium prior to venturing out to Abuja for the return game on March 29.
The champ of the tie will book a spot in the 2022 World Cup planned to be facilitated in Qatar not long from now.