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Soccer News Sat, 6 Sep 2014

We are ready to deliver, declares David Accam

Black Stars striker David Accam has made it vehemently clear that he and his colleagues are ready banish the memory of a disappointing World Cup by dismantling Uganda today.
The Black Stars have endured the wrath of Ghanaians with some threatening to boycott their games.
The angry fans feel the player held the nation to ransom when they declared they were not to play against Portugal if their appearance fees were not paid.
But 22-year-old Accam has revealed the team has decided to step onto the plate from now on.
“We are sorry for the world cup performance and you can see the team is determined to do things right,” the Helsingborg attacker told GHANASoccernet.com.
“We have spoken and decided to try our best to win back the love of the nation and it will start with a win today.”

Black Stars striker David Accam has made it vehemently clear that he and his colleagues are ready banish the memory of a disappointing World Cup by dismantling Uganda today.
The Black Stars have endured the wrath of Ghanaians with some threatening to boycott their games.
The angry fans feel the player held the nation to ransom when they declared they were not to play against Portugal if their appearance fees were not paid.
But 22-year-old Accam has revealed the team has decided to step onto the plate from now on.
“We are sorry for the world cup performance and you can see the team is determined to do things right,” the Helsingborg attacker told GHANASoccernet.com.
“We have spoken and decided to try our best to win back the love of the nation and it will start with a win today.”

Source: GHANAsoccernet.com