Black Stars united for a purpose - Majeed Waris

9 years ago

Abdul Majeed Waris believes the unity exhibited in the Ghana camp can act as the inspiration for success on Saturday when they meet Guinea in Casablanca.

The Black Stars will play their third match in the Group E campaign of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying against the Guineans, needing a win to stay in touch of achieving their dream of a place in the finals.

Sitting in second on the table after two games, Ghana, whose only victory in the campaign came away from home over Togo will be pushing for their second-straight victory after drawing their opener against Uganda.

"I think the team is been working really hard since day-one. Since we arrived, everyone is been fighting and working hard because all of us know how important the game is, so we are just taking it serious," said Waris.

"The unity is always great. We are always together and we are working really hard for the nation. That's the most important thing now."

The Trabzonpor player who is yet to find the net in the qualifiers is hopeful that their togetherness will stand them the test of time.

"With the unity in camp, I think we've achieved that[victory] already. We have to continue with what we are doing and work hard to beat them," he said.

Ghana will round up their build up for the game with their final training on Friday at the Mohammed V Stadium at 20:00GMT.