VIDEO: Coach Otto Addo submits Black Stars squad against Nigeria World Cup play-off

Ghana Black Stars
Ghana Black Stars

The Interim Head Coach of the Ghana Black Stars, Coach Otto Addo has reportedly submitted the Black Stars squad against the Super Eagles of Nigeria in the upcoming World Cup play-off to the Management Committee.

According to the information available to Coverghana.com.gh, no changes have been made in the goalkeepers.

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The report further said, eight (8) new names has been included in the squad ahead of the clash between the Ghana Black Stars and Super Eagles of Nigeria in World Cup play-offs double header.

This has been confirmed by a renowned sports journalist, Saddick Adams popularly known as Sports Obama.

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Saddick Adams has also confirmed that Mohammed Salisu’s arrival is in doubt due to his injury but the Black Stars Management Committee is currently in negotiations with the Southampton defender to join the Stars in the play-off against Nigeria.

The Black Stars will take on the Super Eagles of Nigeria at the Cape Coast stadium on March 25, 2022 before travelling to Nigeria for the 2nd leg at the Abuja Sports stadium on Sunday, March 29, 2022.

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Watch the video below, as the award winning sports broadcaster named the list of players submitted to the Management Committee by Otto Addo.

 

SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh

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1 Comment

  1. The major problems we had at the just ended AFCON were:
    Striking force: there was no vociferous strikers. Not just an attacker but the dering type.
    Otherwise the team we took there was not that bad.
    The other problem was lost of the players were playing as if there was nothing at stake. Apart from Dede and Amartey who were showing commitment, the rest were simply present in the game.
    Time frame for preparation was very short and lots of players reported late. This should have been insisted upon. If any player was going to be preoccupied they should have changed him right from the word go.
    Ghanaians need to also accept the fact that every country go to a tournament to win. During days of Ghana, there were not many countries like today and the focus of game which was played selflessly, passionately and proudly for God and country is no longer the case. The focus is now money and safety of the individual first before anything.
    Finally, 1 out of 10 recycled coaches do well, nevertheless haven’t hired Milo, we should have maintained him all the same and impress upon him to deliver. Honestly what he would have been doing now would to correct his mistakes, particularly from evaluations gathered. The attitude of firing coaches after every game do not help in the building of a team. In fact to build a good team, when a coach’s contract is over and he asked to live on a good note, it is sometimes to the new coach’s advantage if at the background he can still tap on the knowledge of the old. This help in continuity of team building.
    Particularly for this game we should look for vociferous stickers. Strikers who are will to go any mile.
    Looking back in history, what kept Ghana face glittering, our hearts at peace and our hopes high were the likes of Tony Yeboah, Abedi, Jnr Agogo, Asamoah Gyan.
    Now with Gyan folding up, you can fill the huge vacuum created, whether we admit it or not. Until we get hungry strikers, who do not fear any defense, we shall continue to linger on like this; living on past glories.

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