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Ghana skipper, Asamoah Gyan, has warned the Black Stars not to drop any point if the country wants to book a third consecutive ticket to the 2014 World Cup.
The Black Stars are trailing group leaders Zambia, as the qualifiers gradually head to home stretch.
Gyan believes the Black Stars have what it takes to overtake Zambia and go ahead to book a place in the World Cup once again. The Al Ain striker was however quick to warn Ghana against any possible dropping of points.
According to him, Ghana’s hopes could be dashed if the Black Stars drop even a single point in the remaining games.
He said on Angel FM that the Black Stars should try and win all remaining matches and top the group in the process.
Gyan who has been scoring freely for Al Ain this season said he has no doubts that the Black Stars would book a place in Brazil 2014.
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