Previous Newcastle United and Brighton manager Chris Houghton has agreed to turn into the considerable Ghana specialized chief in front of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations [AFCON] qualifers and the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The 63-year-old will offer specialized counsel to the group as the nation shows up at the World Cup.
He will likewise be engaged with the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers what begin in June this year. Ghana will open their mission with a home game against Madagascar on June 1 at the Cape Coast Stadium.
Houghton played a persuasive as Ghana tied down capability to the World Cup after a noteworthy away-objective rule accomplishment over perpetual opponents Nigeria in March.
The previous Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham and Brentford full-back was going full speed ahead as the four-time African heroes dispatched the Super Eagles to get the World Cup billet.
Ghana held Nigeria to a 1-1 attract the Nigerian capital, winning the tie on away objectives to turn into the principal African country to book a pass to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Ghana will confront Portugal, who beat Ghana 2-1 in the gathering stages on their last appearance at the competition in 2014, and South Korea in Group H in Qatar before their expected re-coordinate with double cross World Cup victors Uruguay.
African stalwart Ghana qualified by beating Nigeria, while South Korea and their supernatural striker Son Heung-min will likewise hope to disrupt the apparent greater footballing heavyweights — similarly as by beating Germany at Russia 2018.
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