Your Memory Is At Risk From The Things You Smoke. Sannie Daara ‘Punches’ Songo For Criticizing Otto Addo

Despite Ghana’s two victories over the Central African Republic and Mali, Patrick Osei Agyemang, popularly known as Countryman Songo, received a harsh response from Ibrahim Sannie Daara, the former Communications Director of the Ghana Football Association, for his vile criticism of Black Stars coach Otto Addo.

Songo, who has consistently criticized Otto Addo since the coach’s first stint in Ghana, expressed dissatisfaction with the team’s performance and questioned Addo’s strategies during the Black Stars’ 4-3 victory over the Central African Republic.

Songo asserted that the players’ skill and not Otto Addo and his technical staff’s tactical maneuvers were the reason for the team’s triumph over the Central African Republic.

In response to a social media recording of Songo’s tirade, Sannie Daara speculated that the contentious broadcaster might be experiencing dementia as a result of drugs he has reportedly been using.

Reminding Songo of the heights the Black Stars attained under former coach Chris Hughton, Sannie Daara urged impartiality in evaluating Otto Addo’s tenure as head coach.

These days, Songo smokes cigarettes of a caliber that poses a risk to his memory. Under Chris Hughton, we lost 4-0 to the United States and 2-0 to Mexico and couldn’t even defeat Comoros, Mozambique, Namibia, Cape Verde, and Madagascar. That’s the depth of the Black Stars’ collapse prior to Otto Addo’s arrival,” he wrote on X.

The Black Stars’ victories over Mali on June 6 and the Central African Republic on June 10, 2024, put their prospects of qualifying for the 2026 World Cup back on track.

The Black Stars defeated the Central African Republic 4-3 at Baba Yara Stadium after an unexpected 2-1 victory over Mali in Bamako.

After scoring the game-winning goal against Mali and a hat-trick against the Central African Republic, Jordan Ayew was declared the winner of both matches.

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