2013 Afcon: Ghana must meet Nigeria to teach them football lessons – Alhaji Jawula

The football administrator is praying for an Afcon final involving the Black Stars and the Super Eagles as both sides play their penultimate games today
A former president of the Ghana Football Association, Alhaji MND Jawula, has predicted a Nigeria - Ghana final in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations ahead of their separate semi-final clashes on Wednesday.

Alhaji Jawula believes the Super Eagles have an edge over their semi-final opponents Mali and can easily book a place in the final with the slightest effort on the field.

He said a Nigeria – Ghana clash will be full of fireworks and a spectacle since the two west African giants are traditional rivals. The football administrator noted the Black Stars can easily beat the Super Eagles because they are more determined.

“I want us to face Nigeria so that we teach them some football lessons,” Jawula, who doubles as a traditional chief, stated during the draw of the MTN FA Cup. “We want to see the cup home and that is all that we need.”

Nigeria will be battling with Mali whiles Ghana face off with Burkina Faso in the semi-final on Wednesday to determine the two sides that will make it to the final on Sunday.