Black Stars goalkeepers trainer Richard Kingson has described the Egyptian National team as disciplined hence calling on Ghanaians to support them at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
The North Africans made it to the World Cup for the first time in 28 years after finishing top of Group E in the World Cup qualifiers.
Egypt, seven-time African Champions finished ahead of Ghana, Uganda and Congo to make it to the World Cup in more than two decades.
Richard Kingson who played at the global soccer fiesta in 2006 and 2010 wants Ghanaians to rally behind the Egyptians at the World Cup.
“The Egyptian National team is a good team, they are very disciplined and have lots of talents,” the former Birmingham City and Wigan goalkeeper told the media.
“I want Ghanaians to support them at the World Cup, they are going to represent Africa so I will like every Ghanaian to support them.
“I know they will do well and go far in the competition and I wish them all the best.”
The Pharaohs will be ably led by the exploit of Liverpool star Mohamed Salah who has been tipped to be crowned the African Footballer of the year in 2017.
By Frank Darkwah