Black Stars head coach, Otto Addo, has admitted he has a lot of tough decisions to make ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The senior national team brought an end to their campaign in the Kirin Cup in the early hours of Tuesday, June 14, beating Chile in the third-place playoff game.
With the current international window coming to an end for Ghana, Addo and his technical team have just one more window to make further preparations before the global showpiece in Qatar.
The gaffer, following the shoot-outs win over Chile to finish third, admitted there are lots of decisions to be made before the team takes shape for the mundial.
“This tournament was good for us just to get some corrections and answers. There are a lot of tough decisions to be made,” he said during his post-match presser.
“In the first match, you could see that we were tired it was a long flight and we had played two matches before. After Japan scored the third goal it broke us a little bit but in general, I will say I’m satisfied [and] I think we did well.
“This makes it difficult for me to choose the players for the next window [in September] and this will be the last window before the World Cup but any decision will be with me. We will decide which players come in or not,” he added.
Ghana will be back in action in September when they face Angola in a double-header in the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.
- I hate Manchester United because they made Sammy Kuffour cry – Gifty Oware-Mensah
- Corrupt officials are like termites… eating the very foundation of our democracy – Torgbe Afede XIV
- #OccupyJulorbiHouse: Abuse of power is extremely dangerous to our burgeoning democracy – UTAG
- Ghana’s public debt up ¢6.3bn within 2 months to reach ¢575.5bn in June 2023
- Produce the alleged recording of the said inducement – National Security challenges Barker-Vormawor
- Financial system resilient to risks from macroeconomic challenges in 2022 – BoG
- When our moral fundamentals are weak, the economy will explode
- CalBank denies MD exit
- Corruption is the deadliest disease to ever hit Ghana – Domelevo
- #OccupyJulorbiHouse protest: NMC, Amnesty International Ghana condemn Police brutality
- #OccupyJulorBiHouse: IGP Dampare just lost it, he’s just protecting ‘corrupt’ Akufo-Addo – Martin Kpebu
- Government must pay attention to issues plaguing creative arts industry – D-Black
- Without guarantor system, EC would’ve disenfranchised many eligible voters – Omane Boamah
- Nana Krobea Asante unhappy about Ghana’s decline in peace ranking
- OccupyGhana condemns arrests of peaceful demonstrators