Mark Addo, the president of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), is optimistic that measures done in advance of the 2022 World Cup will provide better outcomes.
The Black Stars are participating in the global championship for the first time after being excluded from Russia 2018, where France won.
Ghana was placed in Group H with South Korea, Uruguay, and Portugal.
Mark Addo revealed in an interview that the Black Stars technical team has been working incredibly hard since they took over the position and is hoping that their efforts won’t go in vain.
“They’ve been working since the day they were appointed. They’ve been working behind the scenes, they have been having meetings on weekly basis with the technical team and players. Trust me, you have no idea how much work is going on at this time”
“Let’s hope and pray that all the resources that we’ve put in, all the support we are putting in, all the countless hours of effort we’ve put in give us the results we want in Qatar”
Before playing South Korea and Uruguay, Ghana’s World Cup campaign will begin against Portugal.