2022 World Cup play-off: Nigeria have good players, but we have top-quality players – George Boateng

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Black Stars assistant coach, George Boateng, believes that the national team possesses top-quality players who will see the nation through to the 2022 World Cup finals in Qatar.

Boateng was appointed assistant to Otto Addo, who he is working with to mastermind a victory in the upcoming World Cup qualifiers clash with Nigeria.

“It is an honour, a great privilege to be part of the technical team for the upcoming matches against Nigeria. Ghana is well placed to qualify for the World Cup in Qatar and as a team, we are putting in place a very solid plan to come out victorious,” George stated in his address to Ghanaians.

“We respect Nigeria because they have good players. However, we also have some top-quality players who are well capable of competing against Nigeria. Internally, we are much looking forward to add to our last three World Cup appearances and we know that it is time,” he added.

George went on to ask for the support of Ghanaians ahead of the game.

“I would like to ask all Ghanaians to put their weight behind the team in this crucial moment. We are Ghana, we are the Black Stars, and we are capable.”

Ghana will host the first leg in Kumasi on Friday, March 25, 2022, with the return leg set for Tuesday 29 March in Abuja.

By Bill Eshun|3sprts|Ghana

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