Ex-Ghana international, Charles Taylor has charged players abroad not to hesitate in switching allegiance away from the West African nation if the chance arises.
According to the Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko legend, the structures and systems pertaining in Ghana do not create conducive atmosphere for players in the diaspora.
“Let’s ask ourselves why these players don’t want to come and play for the Black Stars. “Maybe they have seen something because whatever has happened to someone might happen to them.
“I have said that players abroad should not hesitate to switch allegiance away from Ghana. “Ghana is a matter of a year [fhen you are off the scene].
Forwards, Inaki Williams of Atletico Bilbao and Chelsea’s Callum Hudson Odoi are bit a few players who Ghana has struggled to convince to play for the national team with the former openly declaring his unavailability.
The Black Stars showed up at the 33rd edition of the Africa Cup of National in Cameroon but failed to glitter – bowing out from the group stage.
The four-time African champions lost two Group C games and drew one, collecting just a point and exiting at the first stage for the first since 2006.
They lost 1-0 and 3-2 to Morocco and debutants, Comoros in the first and third group games before drawing 1-1 with the Panthers of Gabon.
The next stop is the final phase of the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Nigeria over two legs in March.