The Ghana Football Association deserves commendation for its efforts to ensure that the senior national team gets a number of good and world class players to play for the nation. Ghana will be making her fourth appearance at the world cup and she will be hoping to make a greater impact this time. The best Ghana has achieved at the world cup is the quarter final in South Africa 2010.
News coming in suggest that Brighton and Hove Albion right back, Tariq Lamptey and Eddie Nketiah have completed their nationality switch. Tariq was in the country and watched the Black Stars play against Madagascar at the Cape Coast stadium. When his presence was announced at the stadium, you could see the joy some of the spectators welcomed him and the smile he returned was a good one. The Arsenal young forward will also be a great asset to the team and he will complement the likes of Felix Afena Gyan and Bristol City forward Antoine Semenyo.
Former Asante Kotoko Chairman, Herbert Mensah tweeted “Tariq Lamptey has completed his nationality switch from England to Ghana and will be named in Coach Otto Addo’s next squad in September for the Afcon qualifiers double-header tie against Angola.”
In other news, Inaki and Nico Williams are coming home and the conversations will be interesting. Are they also coming to discuss their nationality switch? We may be on the same page with our guesses.
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