- African teams have always been found it hard in trying to win the FIFA World Cup since the competition started
- Former Ivory Coast international Didier Drogba stated that coaches find it difficult to manage players
- Tunisia, Cameroon, Senegal, Ghana and Morocco are the five teams representing Africa at the 2022 World Cup
Chelsea legend Didier Drogba has explained the reasons that behind African teams struggling to go far at the FIFA World Cup as the ongoing tournament in Qatar enters day 5.
In the history of the FIFA World Cup, no African team has ever gotten to the final, although the likes of Senegal, Cameroon and Ghana have previously reached the last 8.
Three out of the five teams representing Africa have struggled to score any goal at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Senegal, who are the reigning African champions, were beaten 2-0 by Netherlands, Morocco forced Croatia to a goalless draw, while Cameroon lost 1-0 against Switzerland.
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According to the report on Kickoff, Drogba explained that coaches find it difficult to find the right system when the players are together in the national teams.
Statement made by Drogba
''It is very difficult for African teams because you've got individuals. They are very good in their clubs especially those playing in Europe.
''But when they come together, it becomes more difficult for the manager to find the right system.
''To play the right guys at the right position, to keep that intensity that is required when you play at that kind of level.''
Nigerian spiritualist reveals
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how as African teams begin their campaign at the 2022 FIFA World Cup, a Nigerian spiritualist, Prophet Useh, has ‘revealed' that Ghana will spring surprises.
While the Teranga Lions of Senegal lost their opening game to the Netherlands, Tunisia played a goalless draw with Denmark in their first match of the competition.
Ghana will begin their quest at the Mundial against European powerhouse Portugal, led by five-time Ballon d’Or striker Cristiano Ronaldo.
Prophet Useh disclosed that the Black Stars have found favour in the eyes of the gods and will go farther than many expected them.
Speaking on whether the World Covetous Title will come to Africa this year, Prophet Useh, stated that the gods are yet to speak on that.