Black Stars coach Otto Addo has identified English Premier League stars Hwang Hee-chan and Son Heung-min as major threats to Ghana's FIFA World Cup chances when the Black Stars face South Korea tomorrow at the Education City Stadium.
The Ministry of Youth and Sports in collaboration with the Ghana Embassy in Qatar has successfully mobilised over 1,000 Ghanaians and some Africans based in Qatar to cheer on the Black Stars at the ongoing FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.
Ghana’s Black Stars went back to the drawing board yesterday as they tried to flush out the opening game loss to Portugal and refocus on their upcoming group encounters with South Korea and Uruguay in the coming week.
Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo became the first man to score in five different editions of the FIFA World Cup as he led his side to a 3-2 victory over Ghana on Thursday evening at a chilly Stadium 974 in Doha.
Black Stars’ assistant coach, Mas-Ud Didi Dramani, says Ghana sees Thursday’s FIFA World Cup opener against Portugal as an African project and have readily accepted the challenge to excel and many everybody happy.
The Cruyff Foundation, in collaboration with Cargill Ghana Limited and the Tema Metropolitan Assembly (TMA), has cut the sod for the construction of Cruyff Court Tema Meridian, the first in sub-saharan Africa.
Black Stars head coach Otto Addo and his skipper Andre Ayew are focused and claiming all three points when they face Portugal in their World Cup opener at the Stadium 974 (formerly known as the Ras Abu Aboud Stadium).