The Ghana Football Association (GFA) is doing everything possible to make sure that the Black Stars of Ghana succeed in the upcoming World Cup in Qatar. Some pictures of the staff of Ghana Football Association have emerged just this evening, and these pictures contain GFA staff members wearing customized shirts to support the Black Stars for making it to their 4th World Cup.
Several pictures were posted by the Ghana Football Association on their Facebook platform this evening. The customized shirts looked very nice and they actually speak about GFA supporting the Black Stars.
On the shirts, the number "4" was written on it and the Black Stars logo and Ghana Football Association logo was also included on the shirts.
The number "4" signifies the number of times the Black Stars have made it to the World Cup tournament. The Black Stars of Ghana have qualified to the World Cup on 4 occasions. They qualified to the 2006 World Cup that was hosted in Germany, 2010 World Cup in South Africa, 2014 World Cup in Brazil and now the 2022 World Cup that will be played in Qatar.
Below is the post that GFA made and the pictures of the GFA staff wearing the customized shirts.
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