#Tokyo Olympic Games: Joshua Clottey casts doubt over Ghana’s medal chances

Tokyo Olympic Games: Joshua Clottey casts doubt over Ghana’s medal chances

Former IBF Welterweight Champion, Joshua Clottey believes it will take a miracle for Ghana to win a medal at the Tokyo Olympic Games.

Ghana has represented three boxers for the games which commence on the 23rd of July.

According to Clottey, Ghana’s boxers are poorly prepared and have been exposed to a lot of distractions.

He made these comments in an interview on Citi TV’s the Tracker.

“As for the medal, I am not sure, anyone who returns with a medal to Ghana, the president will have to have a meeting with that person. He said.

“Their preparation is very poor, even where they camp is close to their homes and so they can easily go home to make love to their women. “

14 athletes will be representing Ghana at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games and they will be hoping to win another medal for Ghana, with the last coming in the 1972 Games in Munich.

The various athletes will compete in six sports disciplines, namely: athletics, triple jump, swimming, judo, boxing and weightlifting.

Joshua, abeg waa dey your corner. I hope you have not taken any okro soup lately cos you maybe having a running mouth. You are sportsman, and all I expected you to do is to support this guys with prayers and motivation.

They can make it. Let’s stop killing their spirit and push them to win a medal.

Oh Joshua de3 leave him, I’m praying that the athletes representing Ghana won’t get overwhelmed, the pressure is tough with expectations and all that. This Olympics I trust we will bring back trophies