The team has somewhat suffered a slump going three matches without a win in the wake of a rift between the Sports Ministry and the FA.
This, according to the Israeli manager, can change “provided we come together and fight for a common purpose.”
“This is not professional; this is not things we did before and we need to learn why we did well in Africa and continue with it,” the Israeli said.
“We need everybody together, from the politician to everybody; to girls, boys, everyone to help give the team peace of mind. We need to learn that if there’s no support, the team is not winning which I’m not happy for, but this is the situation we find ourselves.
“Ghana has a strong team, we can win in Egypt, we can reach the World Cup but everybody needs to be professional. If everybody will do his job, I can assure you that it will be good starting from the game against Egypt.
“We need to learn from our unprofessional preparations before Rwanda and Uganda and prevent a re-occurrence.
“Don’t put a finger and say this is your fault and my fault!”
- Joy Sports