The Black Stars of Ghana, along with the entire contingent, arrived in Qatar on Friday, November 18, 2022.
The squad arrived in Doha in magnificent style, with the players and technical crew dressed in Ghanaian-woven Fugu, symbolizing the richness of our Ghanaian culture.
Their choice of traditional regalia has piqued the interest of foreign observers in Qatar, particularly the thousands of Ghanaian supporters who gathered at the Double Tree Hotel to greet the Black Stars.
The Ghanaian delegation, which is presently in Qatar for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 finals, including the Black Stars players, the technical team, management, and other delegation members, have signed a code of conduct at their camp.
The group is expected to be ethically upright, respectful, honest, and to protect the good name of the Black Stars, the GFA, and Ghana, as seen in a video when they were summoned after the final list was announced, as suggested by Kurt Okraku.
The written code of conduct describes the norms, rules, duties, and responsibilities, or proper practices, of a person in the team as well as the collective behaviour of the team.
The Black Stars management committee and the GFA urge the players and all other national team members to adhere to these standards during their time with the squad, particularly when in Doha, Qatar, for the FIFA World Cup, which begins on Sunday, November 20, 2022.
The predictable editors of www.atspo.com can reassure Ghanaian supporters that the national team under Kurt-Simeon Okraku will be free of misconduct, as it was the last time in Brazil, when players disagreed on their appearance fee, resulting in Sulley Muntari punching an official.
A reliable report suggests that the Black Stars' camp unity and cohesiveness are exceptional, to the point where Jojo Wollacott, a first-choice goalkeeper who missed the final list due to injury, has joined the team to provide moral support.
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