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Countryman Songo blasts Blackstars after AFCON exit

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Television sports presenter Countryman Songo real name Patrick Osei Agyeman has blasted Ghanaian national team the Blackstars following their exit from the 2019 AFCON competition.

According to the sports presenter, he isn’t surprised by the early elimination of the Blackstars team because it was expected from day one of the competition.

Countryman speaking from his base in Egypt on Adom Fm’s Dwaso Nsem, made mention that the Blackstars team have been playing foolish football since their first match.

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He went on to say that the quality of play by the Blackstars who are much resourced and overpaid team was low as compared to that of AFCON newcomers Madagascar.

Watch the video below:

Akwesi Appiah wasn’t spared by Songo for failing to get the team to display quality football with all the huge money he’s been receiving monthly.

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