Black Stars coach, Otto Addo, says the performances of players at the club stage will play a big part in choosing his starting eleven for the game against Brazil on Friday.
The 47-year-old has plentiful of top gamers to choose from in all positions after the most recent addition of Inaki Williams, Mohammed Salisu, Tariq Lamptey, Ransford-Yeboah, and Stephan Ambrosius.
Most of the Black Stars attackers are additionally in scorching kind for their golf equipment and will compete for restricted starting locations.
Ahead of the Brazil conflict in France, Otto Addo states it’s a good downside to have in his crew.
“I will not declare there is pressure, but this is the job as the coach; you always have to find difficult decisions,” he said when requested how tough it’s to select his starting crew against Brazil.
“Also, let’s take it like everybody is doing bad; then it is also a difficult decision.
“This is the way we want to have it; we want our players to have success at their clubs, we want them to score but also to defend well, to play well, and have assists.
“So, it’s not only about scoring. Surely scoring is the obvious thing for everybody but we are monitory all the players and looking at their performances.
“This is for us the measurement. Previous games, performance at their clubs, and they are still training.
“Also, our style of play, our opponent players, and what we need going into the game. The performances at the club is taking a big part in the decision-making.
“We try to bring everything together and then we take a decision. It is very complex, but in the end, we will decide.”