A soon-to-be busy schedule for the Black Stars of Ghana, thus the 2023 AFCON qualifiers against Madagascar, a four-nation tournament in Japan and the upcoming FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 tournament, management of the team has been on the hook following the Super Eagles of Nigeria encounter, however, on this day, a decision has been made by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) as they have officially set to stick to the management of Otto Addo that led the national team to a triumphant World Cup qualification.
Per the report on ghanafa.org, the Association has appointed Otto Addo, Chris Hughton, George Boateng and Mas-Ud Didi Dramani as senior coaches until the end of the World Cup campaign. The quartet oversaw the national team qualification and are expected to stay with them for the preparations as well.
The hierarchy of the management goes as Otto Addo as the head coach, Chris Hughton George Boateng and Mas-Ud Didi Dramani - as technical advisors.
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