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Chelsea's Hudson Odoi Could Lure These 5 European-Ghanaian Based Players For World Cup Playoffs

The FIFA World Cup playoff matches are drawing nigh as various teams prepare to ensure they are included in this year's tournament which takes place at Qatar.

The Black Stars of Ghana's hope to triumph over the Super Eagles of Nigeria keep on rising despite the low par performance exhibited in the African Cup of Nations in Cameroon which sparked a lot of controversies and outrageous arguments from Ghanaians.

Nigeria has been on top form and the kind of players they have at their camp indirectly conveys message to tell the Black Stars of Ghana they are hungry for success.

Ghana's strength in various international tournaments has diminished of late and as the arrangements for Hudson Odoi, Chelsea's powerful weapon in the field of play to switching Nationality from England to play for Ghana has been deemed successful, such a good news would help lure other five European based players to compliment the local players to ensure Ghana eliminate Nigeria.

Nigeria can boast of top and experienced football talents like Simon Moses, Kelechi Iheanacho, Alex Iwobi, Samuel Chukwueze, Odion Ighalo Jude, Ahmed Musa, Wilfred Ndidi etc as they prepare to face Ghana.

The new coach of Ghana is likely to explore all the possibilities to bring into the team fresh legs with winning mentality to spearhead a very inspiring victory as Ghana plays Nigeria some few weeks to come.

The arrival of Odoi would prowess and enticed the following players Ghana has always been looking up to change the fortune in the realm of football.

1. Tariq Lamptey- Brighton and Hoves Albion

2. Bryan Brobbey- Ajax Amsterdam

3. Inaki Williams- Athletic Bilbao

4. Hudson Odoi

5. Mohammed Salisu

6. Alex Arena Gyan.

With these sets of players mixed with the likes of Fatau Issahaku , Jeffrey Schlupp, Baba Rahman, Daniel Amartey, Asamoah Gyan, Kelvin Prince Boateng who is still energetic and a goal poacher, Ghana would definitely go far.

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