Former Hearts of Oak striker Prince Tagoe would have preferred playing together with ex-Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan as the striking pair at the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Tagoe made a dream appearance at the FIFA World Cup in South Africa ten years ago where he went on to feature in all Ghana’s Group matches.
The former Ghana Premier League top scorer was one of the inform attackers hence was expected to pair upfront with the Ghana legend.
However Milovan Rajevac , then Coach of the Black Stars opted to play the pacy forward from the flanks leaving Gyan upfront as the lone striker.
Tagoe however reveals he would have loved to team up with Gyan in attack rather than playing in an usual position.
“The Coach (Milovan) told me “Prince” Asamoah is at the top and when you get the ball at the wings, make sure he gets it, and when you lose the ball come back to the centre or a little closer to the right back,” Tagoe was speaking with TV3’s Juliet Bawuah.
“If the World Cup was to be held today, I will tell the Coach to put me and Gyan at the top. It will be a dangerous pair.”
The former 1899 Hoffenheim forward who is currently clubless eventually lost his starting spot in the team when Ghana progressed to the knockout stages of the competition.