Name: KB Wilson
Title: Supply Chain Manager
Brazil is the favourite to win this year’s World Cup, for a number of reasons:
1. They have the advantage of hosting the tournament
2. Compared to other teams, they seem more organized, as well as physically and mentally prepared
3. With 2002 World Cup-winning coach Luiz Filipe Scolari, they appear more determined to win their 6th title
KB Wilson (Supply Chain Manager)
Name: Collins Kwasi Apoore
Title: Accounts Payable Officer
With experienced coach Scolari at the helm, host country Brazil is the overwhelming favourite.
They have talented individual players who create a great team dynamic, with incredible bench strength.
Collins Kwasi Apoore (Accounts Payable Officer)
Name: Prince Dufe
Title: Plant Safety Officer
Ghana will win this year’s World Cup! It’s time for Ghana to bring the title to Africa and make world history! Go Black Stars!!!
Prince Dufe (Plant Safety Officer)
Name: Moussa Dao
Title: Exploration Manager
Spain. The current players have played together for the past eight years, and 80% of them are in the same league. Also, the team does not rely on one star player. They truly play as a team.
Moussa Dao (Exploration Manager)
Name: Emmanuel Erasmus Anderson
Title: Continuous Improvement Analyst
I think Brazil will win for two reasons:
1. Home-field advantage
In the history of the game, only six host nations have won the World Cup, and there’s no doubt Brazil will aim for this title as well.
European teams aren’t accustomed to playing in Brazil’s hot and humid climate, which will be a great advantage.
Of course, having tens of thousands of Brazilians supporting their players will play an important role in securing the sixth World Cup triumph.
2. Quality of their squad
Brazil has lived up to their mythical reputation of churning out world-class offensive players. Their star forward, Neymar, is leading the squad’s challenge for the title and has a good chance of following in the footsteps of past Brazilian legends like Ronaldo, Ronaldinho and Romario.
Emmanuel Erasmus Anderson (Continuous Improvement Analyst)