Agyemang Badu believes that with the qualities and experience of Dede Ayew, he can lead the Black Stars to the World Cup.
The Black Stars of Ghana made a return to the global showpiece after edging past Nigeria in a 1-1 stalemate in Abuja via an away goal advantage.
The Black Stars, four-time African champions, will hope to do well at the FIFA World Cup 2022 that will be held in Qatar in November after failing to qualify for the semi-finals at the 2010 World Cup.
Agyemang Badu, the former U-20 World Cup winner, has expressed his belief in the then U-20 skipper and now Black Stars captain, that with his qualities and experience, he can lead the team to the world.
“But for me, I believe he has the qualities and the experience to lead the Black Stars to the World Cup, “he told Asempa FM.
He further advised that he should contact ex-Black Stars captains Stephen Appiah and Anthony Baffour, who have experience of playing on the big stage.
“He needs to speak to the likes of Stephen Appiah, Anthony Baffour, and other players because this is a huge task,” he added.
The Black Stars will open their campaign against Portugal on November 24 at Stadium 974 in Doha.