Gospel singer Sonnie Badu from Ghana shared his thoughts on the recent Black Stars performance on Instagram, saying that some goals would have been avoided if veteran player Daniel Amartey had been on the field.
Amartey’s ability to interact with players who do not speak English was highlighted by Sonnie in a heartfelt message to Coach Chris Hughton. He cited the positive collaboration he had with Djiku in Abuja.
Amartey’s presence, according to Sonnie, would improve defense cooperation and avert scenarios such as the one in which Inaki’s pass resulted in a goal.
He emphasized Amartey’s charisma and the team’s need to adopt an underdog mentality going forward, expressing his faith in the Ghanaian team’s potential. Sonnie’s observations were based on his careful analysis of the game, which he saw several times.
The message emphasized the value of strategic play and excellent communication on the field while evoking optimism and confidence in the team’s potential. In general, Sonnie Badu’s letter is an impassioned request to take into account Amartey’s significant contribution to the Black Stars in upcoming games.