I can’t promise victories, I can promise good football – Ghana coach Otto Addo



Otto Addo, the head coach of the Black Stars, has assured Ghanaians of an exciting style of play as the team gears up for their 2026 FIFA World Cup qualification matches against Mali and the Central African Republic.

Addo, who has returned to his role following Chris Hughton’s departure, is determined to guide Ghana to the 2026 World Cup, having successfully led them to the 2022 tournament in Qatar.

At the announcement of a 26-man squad for the upcoming June matches, Addo expressed his enthusiasm about returning and collaborating with the Ghana Football Association.

“I’m really excited and happy to be back. It was not easy, but the GFA had good talks with Dortmund. I’m excited and looking forward to the next match,” he said.

While Addo aims to deliver entertaining football, he acknowledged the difficulties ahead.

“I can’t promise victories, but I can promise you that we will play good football. I want to bring back the joy of watching us play. My players will not be afraid of the ball,” he explained.

Ghana is currently fourth in the qualifying table with three points. The team must secure victories when they face Mali in Bamako on June 6 and host the Central African Republic in Kumasi on June 10.

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