The coach of the Pharaohs says he will never be “satisfied with a draw or a loss” in Kumasi as his side clash with the Black Stars for a spot in Brazil 2014.
Egypt coach Bob Bradley is eyeing a Ghana scalp on Tuesday as the Pharaohs go into battle with the Black Stars in the first-leg of the World Cup play-offs on Tuesday.
The American said a draw would be far from expectation hence his target to leave Ghana’s fortress with victory.
“I only want a win; I will not be satisfied with a draw or a loss,” Bradley told Al-Jazeera.
It is a must-win encounter for both teams as Ghana eye a third successive appearance at the World Cup whiles Egypt hope to make their first appearance since 1990.
Bradley has served notice to Ghanaians they are never going to have it easy at their favourite Baba Yara Stadium fortress because he is assembling a fortified unit in his starting line-up.
“They only know their team. It will be a very tough game. The Egyptian team is very strong,” he added.
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