Bob Bradley the current Egypt manager is sure of a victory against the Ghana Black Stars in a first leg playoff in the World Cup qualifying on Tuesday in Kumasi.
We have really worked hard for the game against the Ghanaians. We respect them but if you compare them to us we are a better side, the 55 year old manager views during a press conference held on Wednesday on the preparation of the Pharaohs.
We have to be careful when we take on the Black Stars in Kumasi, because playing at home they will be tough to beat.
The coach later added that the entire credit goes to boys for reaching this stage.
Egypt are the champions of the African Nations Cup, a record 7 times, must be looking forward to the 2014 World Cup ticket since last qualified in 1990.
But, a security concerns from the GFA on the second leg which will be played in Egypt can cause some problems.
Bradley said, I know playing without fans is really something that is difficult but we have to manage because this is a special game for both countries.
While talking about the team he praised, Mohamed Salah and Abou-Treika will be our key players against the Ghana Black Stars.
Eleven players from the Ahly squad has joined the camp after their return from the Cameroon where they play a 1-1 draw against Coton Sport.
Bradley also praised goalkeeper Sherif Ekrami, for being our key player in the previous games.
Talking about the Ghana squad he appreciates, Michael Essien and Sulley Muntari.
No matter what political background a fan belong but when we talk of football all have the same dream – Bradley ends the conference with this statement.
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