Deportivo Alaves attacker Patrick Twumasi has sent his goodwill message to the Black Stars team as the Cup of Nations tournament kick starts tomorrow.
Ghana is aiming to end a 37-year trophy drought in Egypt.
The Black Stars who last won the Cup of Nations title in 1982 look forward to put smiles on the faces of Ghanaians by clinching the trophy this time around after painful misses in 2010 and 2015 when they got to the finals.
Twumasi, who could not make the squad to Egypt has wished the team well ahead of the competition.
“I am not disappointed, because is player’s dream to be in the National team and help to lift the flag of the country, I am not disappointed,” he told Ghanasportsonline.com.
“I will just want to wish the team well at the AFCON, I wish them the best of luck at the competition, I really have the hope in them that they will deliver.
“They should just go and do it for the Nation, I was hoping to be part of the team but it didn’t happen. I will wish them the best of luck at the tournament.
Ghana plays Benin on Tuesday in the opening match in Group F at the Ismailia Stadium.
By Frank Darkwah