Afranie tries his luck

By Vision Reporter

GHANA’s third coach in 2002, Emmanuel Afranie hopes for better luck when his desperate team hosts Rwanda on Sunday

By Mark Namanya

Ghana v Rwanda
Malawi v Angola
Ethiopia v Guinea
Liberia v Niger
Tanzania v Sudan
Zambia v Benin
Mozambique v Congo
Cape Verde Islands v Kenya
Eritrea v Zimbabwe
Morocco v Equatorial Guinea
South Africa v Burundi
Algeria v Chad

GHANA’s third coach in 2002, Emmanuel Afranie hopes for better luck when his desperate team hosts Rwanda on Sunday.
Since losing 1-0 to Group 13 table leaders Uganda, the four-times African champions have endured a torrid spell that saw Yugoslav coach Milan Zivadinovic head for the exit.
Afranie is temporarily fitting the coaching bill, a few weeks after Zivadinovic’s controversial departure.
Like in Kampala last month, the west Africans are overwhelming favourites against Rwanda.
Professionals John Mensah, Ibrahim Razak, Abubakari Yakubu and Olympiakos based Peter Ofori Quaye are in the Black Stars camp.
Elsewhere, Kenya travels to Cape Verde Islands while Tanzania hosts Sudan.
Cranes’ next match is away against Rwanda on March 30, 2003.

Afranie tries his luck