The Ghana Football Association is closing monitoring Bristol City attacker Antoine Semenyo and could been handed invitation for the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup play-offs against Nigeria.
The 22-year old talented winger is currently in scintillating form in the EFL championship, having scored four goals and provided six assists for Bristol City after playing sixteen matches so far this campaign.
SportsworldGhana.com.can exclusively report that the player’s impressive display has caught the attention of the country’s football governing body and could soon be handed his debut Black Stars call-up once a new head coach is announced in the coming weeks.
Meanwhile, the Ghana Football Association has settled on Borussia Dortmund assistant coach Otto Addo and will soon formally announce his appointment as the new manager of the Black Stars team whiles government bis pushing for the appointment of former Brighton manager Chris Hughton.
Ghana did not make it to the last edition in Russia – the first time they missed out since their 2006 debut.
The Black Stars will first host the Super Eagles in Ghana in March at the Cape Coast Stadium with the second leg billed for the MKO Abiola stadium in Abuja.