Coach Otto Addo has stepped down as the head coach of the Black Stars following the team’s 2-0 defeat to Uruguay and their early exit from the World Cup.
The Dortmund trainer helped Ghana to qualify over Nigeria for the Mundial in March following the team’s abysmal performance at the AFCON before he was named as the permanent coach to lead the team in May by the Ghana Football Association until December 2022.
Following extensive talks with Addo and Dortmund, where the former Ghana international works as a trainer scout, the GFA pleaded with him to work for the senior national team ahead of the World Cup.
With both parties agreeing to a deal, Addo was to combine his Black Stars duties with his role at Dortmund.
Ghana played against Uruguay in their final group stage games at the Qatar 2022 world today, 2nd December and sadly suffered another heartbreaking elimination from the competition.
Ghana would have progressed to round 16 of the tournament if they had defeated Uruguay in what was dubbed a revenge clash against Uruguay.
But the hopes of many football fans have been dashed after Ghana tumbled out of the World Cup with a 2-0 loss to Uruguay.
On Twitter, Ghanaians are fuming with many blaming Pele for imposing playing a key role in his son’s inclusion in the national team despite their miserable performance.
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