Ghana FA reappoints Black Stars Technical Team

The Ghana Football Association (GFA), after “exhaustive negotiations and engagements with all relevant stakeholders”, have decided to keep the technical team that snatched the 2022 World Cup ticket from West African rivals Nigeria.

Former player Otto Addo who led that conquest has been reappointed as the head coach of the Black Stars. He will be assisted by George Boateng, and Mas-Ud Didi Draman while Chris Hughton was also retained as the technical advisor for the team. The coaches are expected to steer the technical affairs of the Black Stars until the end of the year.

The four protagonists were instrumental in Ghana’s qualification to yet another senior world cup and it comes as no surprise that all four coaches have been retained. Their immediate assignment includes next month’s Cup of Nations qualifiers against Madagascar and the Central African Republic as well as preparations for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. However, there were no official words on the goalkeepers’ trainer as well as the rest of the backroom staff of the senior national team. There was also no news on how much these coaches would be paid.
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