Let’s dissolve the Black Stars to reform it – says Actor Lil Win

Renowned Kumawood actor, Kwadwo Nkansah Lil Win, is calling on the governing authorities of Ghana’s football to take decisive action and revamp the senior national team, Blackstars, in the wake of their disappointing performance at the ongoing African Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Cote d’Ivoire.

Similar to numerous disillusioned Ghanaians who were deeply affected by the lacklustre draw against Mozambique in the Blackstars’ recent match, Lil Win firmly believes that banning the senior national team is a necessary step towards rectifying their declining fortunes and abysmal displays in recent tournaments.

In a Facebook post yesterday after the match, he wrote, “At this junction, let us banned the black stars team and fix it well (sic)”.

Well, it appears Lil Win had sensed defeat from afar when few hours to kick off, he shared a video, aggressively warning the players to win the match or face the wrath of Ghanaians.

“Blackstars, I swear by Ghanaians that if you don’t play with lots of commitment and joy today to bring us defeat, we will take back all the kente clothes we gave to you and delete all the pictures on Instagram and other social media platforms.

“That is not all, we will curse and beat you people as well,” he said in the video.

The hopes of numerous Ghanaians for the Blackstars to progress to the next stage of the AFCON competition were soaring when they held a commanding 2-0 lead in the final minutes of the match. However, despair and disappointment gripped the hearts of many supporters as Ghana relinquished their advantage, settling for a devastating 2-2 draw at the Alassane Ouattara Stadium on Monday night.

This outcome signifies that the four-time AFCON champions concluded the group stage with a mere two points, a tally that historically falls short of securing qualification as one of the top four third-placed teams.

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