Sports presenter Dan Kwaku Yeboah has slammed coach Milovan Rajevac and Ghana Football Association for the selection of Swindon Down goalkeeper Jojo Wollacot in the provisional squad to face Zimbabwe.
The 25-year-old is among four goalkeepers invited by coach Rajevac for the doubleheader against Zimbabwe.
His inclusion comes as a to shock to many football lovers in the country as very little is know about the Bristol-born who plies his trade in the fourth tier of English football.
Speaking on Peace FM this morning, Kwaku Yeboah said there are far better goal keepers in the country who deserved to be selected for the world cup qualifiers.
According to him, former Asante Kotoko goalkeeper Felix Annan is a better goalkeeper than Wollacot and should have been picked instead.
“At this stage, they have signed Milo so we all can do is to support them but they should be careful with the way they are handling the Black Stars,” he said.
“You’ve gone for a goalkeeper who plays for a third division club in England
“So there is no keeper in our local league who is better than him? Granted, Richard Ofori is injured, is that the best replacement? Is Felix Annan not better than him? If he was a good goalkeeper would he be playing in the fourth tier of English football?
“We’ve played over 30 matches in our league and we can’t find a good goalkeeper. It will take a long time before we black people stop fooling. Had it been Akonnor who selected this guy, Ghanaians would have insulted,” he added.