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Ex-Black Stars midfielder Agyemang Badu believes Ghana’s 2022 World Cup group will be difficult.

Former Black Stars midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang Badu believes Ghana will have to work hard to advance from their World Cup group in Qatar.

The Black Stars were assigned to Group H, which included European giants Portugal, former champions Uruguay, and South Korea.

Agyemang Badu, a member of the team at the 2014 tournament in Brazil, believes the Black Stars have a difficult draw.

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“Ghana is in a difficult group, and we need a formidable squad to face Uruguay “it’s a revenge,” he said on Ashh FM.

“South Korea has decent players and they are manageable. We can manage them,” he added.

“Uruguay is very strong they have bounced back with their new coach and if we don’t prepare well it will be difficult for us,”

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“Portugal struggled a bit to qualify but they still have quality in the squad, players like Cancelo, Ruben Dias, Joao Felix, Bruno Fernandes, Pepe, Jota and Cristiano Ronaldo. If you are in this group and you don’t make good preparation and you just talk about revenge you are going to struggle.”

The Black Stars will play Portugal in the first game of the Group before facing Asian giants South Korea in the second game.

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