- Former Black Stars player Rev Kofi Pare believes Ghana will win the 2022 World Cup in Qatar this year
- The four times African champions qualified for the World Cup after edging Nigeria in the play-offs in March
- Rev Kofi Pare played for the Black Stars in the sixties and seventies and was a member of the team at the 1964 Olympics
Reverend Kofi Pare is optimistic of Ghana's chances of winning the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar later this year.
The Black Stars qualified for the World Cup after outwitting rivals Nigeria in the play-offs in March.
And with a little over two months left for the Mundial to begin in Qatar, the 1964 Olympic Games squad member believes Ghana will be victorious.
"As at now that I am speaking their strength is not there yet but when they are able to uplift themselves, maybe they will win it," he told Ernest Brew Smith as quoted by Ghanaweb.
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"In a spiritual realm, we can win the trophy. I mean the 2022 World Cup. We will win it. It's not like I have seen anything anywhere, no," added the 83-year-old.
Kofi Pare played for the Black Stars in the sixties and seventies, and was a member of former Ghana president Dr Kwame Nkrumah's pioneering team, the Republicans.
Ghana is making a return to the global football fiesta after missing the World Cup four years ago. It is the country's fourth appearance.
Ghanaian prophet warns Thomas Partey against wearing the Black Stars captain's armband
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Prophet Telvin Sowah Adjei of the Prophetic Life Embassy in Ghana has cautioned Thomas Partey against the Black Stars captaincy.
Thomas Partey is the vice-captain of the national team and led the Black Stars during Andre Ayew's absence in the game against Nigeria.
However, the man of God has revealed that the Arsenal midfielder will suffer severe spiritual attacks if he wears the armband again.