- The head coach of Ghana, Otto Addo has announced his final 26-man squad for the World Cup in Qatar
- The Black Stars are heading to the tournament without two of their first choice goalkeepers Richard Ofori and Jojo Wollacot
- Ghana have been draw in in a tough group alongside Portugal, South Korea and Uruguay in Group H
Otto Addo has announced his final 26-man squad for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
At a press conference in Accra, the 47-year-old named his team with several of the notable names making his squad.
Conspicuously missing are Joseph Paintsil of KRC Genk, Majeed Ashimeru of Anderlecht and Felix Afena-Gyan.
Meanwhile, first-choice goalkeepers Richard Ofori and Jojo Wollacot will be missing the World Cup due to injury.
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Razak Brimah avails himself for Black Stars invite
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Brimah, who last played for the Black Stars at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations, took to social media to declare himself ready for the tournament.
Ghanaian fans take over Doha ahead of World Cup
Fans of the Ghanaian national football team have stormed the city of Doha in jubilant mood, as they await the arrival of the Black Stars.
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In a video posted on social media, hundreds of fans took to Qatar's capital to sing and dance, as they build up the excitement ahead of the competition.