Jay Jay Okocha Spotted with Ghana Legend Asamoah Gyan Ahead of 2022 FIFA World Cup

Jay Jay Okocha Spotted with Ghana Legend Asamoah Gyan Ahead of 2022 FIFA World Cup

  • Jay Jay Okocha has arrived in South Africa on an official assignment for digital broadcast station SuperSport
  • The former Nigerian international was spotted the moment he landed in the country alongside Ghanaian legend Asamoah Gyan
  • Both African legends looked excited and the former Black Stars captain branded Jay Jay as the ‘master’

Former Nigerian international Jay Jay Okocha has arrived in South Africa ahead of the kick-off of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

The sensational midfield maestro was spotted with Ghanaian legend Asamoah Gyan as they embark on punditry work for sports broadcast station SuperSport.

Football’s biggest event begins in Qatar on November 20 and the world is already at its feet for the global fiesta.

Asamoah Gyan, Super Eagles, Ghana, Jay Jay Okocha
Jay Jay Okocha arrives in South Africa alongside Asamoah Gyan. Photo: asamoah_gyan3
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Okocha and Gyan, on their respective Instagram stories, shared a clip of themselves as they reunite in South Africa on official duties.

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The pair will join other experts in providing analyses for the tournament to ensure that the 2022 FIFA World Cup is more than a mere spectacle of soccer action.

Excited to see the Nigerian again, Gyan who was narrating to his followers said: "That’s the master of the game”.

Stephen Appiah assesses Ghana’s World Cup chances

Meanwhile, former Black Stars captain Stephen Appiah believes Ghana have a good chance of making it out of Group H at the World Cup despite being tagged as underdogs.

The four-time African champions, who are making a return to the World Cup, have been drawn against Portugal, South Korea and Uruguay.

Appiah, who was Ghana's skipper at the 2006 and 2010 World Cups insists the Black Stars will provide stern competition to their opponents.

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The Black Stars will begin their tournament with a clash against Portugal on November 24 before facing South Korea four days later. Ghana will complete their group with a game against Uruguay.

Ghana fans storm Qatar

Sports Brief earlier reported that fans of the Ghanaian national football team have stormed the city of Doha in jubilant mood.

The Black Stars are expected to arrive in Qatar this week ahead of the commencement of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

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.

Source: Sports Brief News