Vice President of the Ghana football association, George Afriyie has attributed Wa All Stars’ stuttering debut in the CAF Champions Legaue to lack of experience.
The Ghanaian champions were humbled 3-1 in Tamale by Libyan side Al-Ahli Tripoli with the return leg set to be a dead rubber
And the Liberty Professionals director who doubles as vice president of the Football Association has attributed this slump to lack of experienced players.
“The players that won the league title for Wa all stars are comparatively young and are inexperienced to compete on such a big stage.”
“Playing with African giants in CAF requires a blend of skills and experience like Bechem united did ahead of their Confederations Cup journey”
“Wa All Stars cannot blame their defeat on preparations because they had one of the best, right from Sudan through to Dubai but that is not enough to compete in Africa. They need a blend of experience to rub shoulders with the big guns on the continent”, George explained.
Wa All Stars travel to Tunis to play Al Ahli Tripoli on Sunday for the return leg encounter hoping to turn over the results from Tamale.