Charlton Athletic FC goalkeeper, Jojo Wallocott, has expressed his delight to represent the four times African Champions, saying it is a ‘dream come true’ for him.
Despite being housed in a vert tough group, Wallocott belives the Black Stars will make it to the next phase of the competition in Qatar,
The calm-looking short stopper made his debut in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match against Zimbabwe in Cape Coast last September.
The former Swindon Town goalie put up an impressive performance in Ghana’s 3-1 victory and has since been the team’s safest pair of hands, relegating Richard Ofori to the bench.
Ghana have been drawn in Group H alongside Portugal, South Korea and Uruguay.
They will kick off their campaign against Portugal at Stadium 974 on November 24, face South Korea at Education City Stadium on November 28 before they close group matches with a date against Uruguay at Al Wakrah Sports Complex on December 2.