Qatar 2022: Daily Mail Ghana’s possible 26 players to represent Ghana as Otto Addo names squad tomorrow


Ghana’s trusted online news providers, delves into the the 26 players who are likely to be included in Otto Addo’s final squad for Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup.

With recent developments concerning the Black Stars team ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup tournament in Qatar later this month, have taken time to scrutinize the available players and those likely to be in Qatar as Otto Addo names Ghana’s team on Monday afternoon.

As reported earlier, Ghana’s first choice goalkeeper Joseph Luke Wollacott has broken a finger which rules him out of the upcoming FIFA Mundial leaving the Otto Addo with no choice than to find a new first choice goalie few days to Qatar 2022.

Second in command, Richard Ofori of Orlando Pirates FC in South Africa is believed to be also out of the upcoming FIFA event through injury.

With this current development, Daily Mail GH expects Ghana’s coach to include Kumasi Asante Kotoko SC safest pair of hands Ibrahim Danlad in the final squad for the tournament.

Midfielder, Baba Iddrisu is also injured and fighting against time to recover for the tournament as well as Ghana’s playmaker Daniel Kofi Kyereh who has missed SC Freiburg’s last four games in all competitions due to injuries.

Should all things remain the same before the start of the tournament, this is the projected final 26-man squad by to be named by Otto Addo on Monday, November 14.

Below is the Predicted Ghana Squad for the 2022 FIFA World Cup:


Danlad Ibrahim
Lawrence Atizigi
Manaf Nurudeen


Tariq Lamptey
Denis Odoi
Baba Rahman
Gideon Mensah
Joseph Aidoo
Alidu Seidu

Alexander Djiku
Daniel Amartey
Salisu Mohammed


Thomas Partey
Salis Samed Abdul
Wakasu Mubarak
Elisha Owusu
Kamal Sowah
Kudus Mohammed


Dede Ayew
Jordan Ayew
Inaki Williams
Barnie Afriyie Daniel
Osman Bukari
Kamaldeen Suleman
Semenyo Antoine
Fatawu Issahaku.

Ghana begins their 2022 FIFA World Cup tournament in Qatar on November 24 against European giant Portugal before taking on South Korea on November 28 and Uruguay on December 2.

By: DD. N. A. MENSAH, Daily Mail GH /Follow the writer @SkipperWrites on Twitter

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