The erstwhile Bursaspor man opens up on what he believes should be the Black Stars’ biggest immediate ambition.
Former Ghana midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu would prefer Ghana won the Africa Cup of Nations title in Cameroon than qualify for the next World Cup tournament in Qatar.
The Black Stars have been on a long search for a fifth continental title since beating hosts Libya on penalties to win the 1982 championship.
Their World Cup story, on the other hand, currently finds itself in a sad tale after they missed out on qualification for Russia 2018, having earlier endured a disastrous campaign at the 2014 gathering in Brazil.
“For me, I will prefer winning the Afcon even more than qualifying to the World Cup, that is my opinion,” 30-year-old Badu, who retired from international football last year, told Starr FM.
“I have gone to five Afcons, I won the U20 World Cup, I know what I have gained when I won it.
“So just imagine after 40 years, if these my brothers there can win the Afcon, it will be a huge impact on their career and for the nation, so I will prefer that.”
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