Ghana gaffer Otto Addo issues warning ahead of Central African Republic clash in World Cup 2026 Qualifiers


Black Stars head coach Otto Addo is gearing up for a formidable challenge as his team faces the Central African Republic in the qualifiers for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.


Set to unfold at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi on Monday night, with kick-off scheduled for 7:00 PM GMT, the upcoming match marks a pivotal moment for Ghana in matchday four of the qualifications.


Reflecting on Ghana’s impressive comeback victory against Mali in their previous match, Addo emphasized the demanding nature of the task ahead against the Wild Beasts.


The Black Stars showcased resilience as they overturned a deficit to secure a crucial win against the Malian Eagles at the Stade du Mars in Bamako.


Addressing the media at a pre-match press conference on Sunday, Addo underscored the formidable challenge posed by their upcoming opponents.


“It’s going to be a difficult match. Those expecting an easy victory will be disappointed,” remarked the former Borussia Dortmund coach.


Addo also highlighted the Central African Republic’s potent attacking prowess, particularly in swift transitions, citing their commendable performance in a recent 1-1 draw against Mali.


With Ghana currently occupying the third spot in Group I with six points, the team is steadfast in their determination to clinch a vital win, bolstering their prospects of securing qualification for the prestigious global tournament.

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