The Ghana Football Association has named a crack coaching squad for the 2022 World Cup playoffs against Nigeria next month.
The country’s football governing has appointed Borussia Dortmund trainer Otto Addo and will be assisted by Aston Villa U19 coach George Boateng and former Nordsjælland assistant coach Mas-Ud Didi Dramani.
Former Newcastle United and Brighton coach Chris Houghton has been named as the technical advisor of the team for the crucial match against Nigeria in March.
The team will immediately start preparations ahead of the crucial game against Nigeria in the pay-offs of the World Cup qualifiers.
Ghana will first host the Super Eagles on March 24 at the Cape Coast Stadium before they travel to Abuja three days later for the second leg.
Ghana, four-times African Champions, performed poorly at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations, recording just a point in all the three Group stage games they played.
The Black Stars’ shambolic led to the sacking of Serbian Manager Milovan Rajevac, and a further dissolution of the Black Stars management Committee.
The Black Stars are hoping to make a return to the mundial after missing the 2018 edition in Russia.