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Qatar 2022: Black Stars To Play Three Friendlies In August

Qatar 2022: Black Stars To Play Three Friendlies In August

The Black Stars of Ghana will play three friendly games in August, as part of preparations ahead of the FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar, ghanasoccer.com revealed.

The three countries the Black Stars will face are World Cup-bound Morocco, World Cup hosts Qatar and the Raggae Boyz of Jamaica.

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The three games will be played from August 20, 23 and 26 at the Ernst-Happel-Stadion in Austria.

According to ghanasoccernet.com the Black Stars will first play Jamaica before facing Qatar and Morocco.

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The four-time AFCON winners are returning to the World Cup after edging out Nigeria to qualify for the tournament in Qatar this November.

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The Ghana Football Association recently announced the nationality switches of six players as part of boosting the team.

Inaki Williams of Athletic Club and English Premier League duo Mohammed Salisu and Tariq Lamptey have all confirmed their availability ahead of the next international break.

The Black Stars have been drawn in Group H of the 2022 FIFA World Cup alongside Portugal, South Korea and Uruguay.

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 16
  • Childiomimi 3 weeks ago

    Congratulations Ghana, go for gold.

     
  • Lol! CSN dey find wahala.

     
  • KangA 3 weeks ago

    Mark my words, these guys will lose all three friendlies. Juju doesn’t play soccer.

     
  • MOTION 3 weeks ago

    GFA very ambitious nice friendly match i see moral boosters onlike world cup reality japan 4 0 ghana. wish all the best in group stage.

     
  • Olujjjj 3 weeks ago

    Dey shud play falcon too. Let see if dey will score. I m sure ajibade header will hit the pole and gift shot will also do same .if d ball goes into the net …then black star could be down by 2goals before the match ends because nnadozie will not conceed easily.
    9th time champion…vs black stars.

     
    • Ebubedike 3 weeks ago

      FIFA will never sanction a game between men and women. You football suggestions are strange. You should visit relevant platforms to update your knowledge.

       
    • MONKEY POST 3 weeks ago

      If someone DISRESPECT your NATION in that MANNER, how will you FEEL?

      Mehn… It’s really UNACCEPTABLE..

      It’s not FUNNY!!!

      You need to APOLOGISE to the whole people of GHANA…

       
  • Codex 3 weeks ago

    Not my concern

     
  • Yeboah 3 weeks ago

    Meanwhile, The Super Chickens of Nigeria will be watching us on television.

    I love this website. See what they wrote about our Black Stars. I quote: “The four-time AFCON winners are returning to the World Cup AFTER EDGING OUT NIGERIA to qualify”. I will post that quote on my wall. What a great achievement. I don’t care how we play at the world cup as far as we beat Nigeria and they will only be watching us from home.

     
    • “I don’t care how we play at the world cup as far as we beat Nigeria and they will only be watching us from home.”

      My point exactly (which I made on another thread)!

      Thanks Yeboah for this confirmatory quote. This will serve as a bitter lesson and a huge reminder to the NFF, our coaches and players (across gender) not to press the self-destruct button on and off the pitch (particularly against winnable teams like the ones we faced in world cup qualifiers and the one that recently condemned our women to Wafcon losers third place playoff).

      When you recklessly sack a coach in the eve of major assignments and leave yourselves at the mercy of VAR following inexplicable tackles, fans are left picking up the pieces with ridicule from rival fans (who should have been put in their place easily).

      With proper football management by the NFF and proper on-field conduct by our players, Nigeria should regularly put pretenders to the sword and with fans not having to contend with needless ridicule.

      Thanks again Yeboah, please enjoy Qatar world cup at the expense of a country who excels at shooting itself in the foot!

       
  • …and that is why your country can never progress. Can you hear yourself. ”I don’t care how we play at the world cup as far as we beat Nigeria and they will only be watching us from home”….Hatred borne out of jealousy for Nigeria. Beating Nigeria is your Ghana’s greatest achievement.

     
    • Ebubedike 3 weeks ago

      Lol. You are right.

       
    • Nana yaw 3 weeks ago

      Afcon Gh =4
      Nig= 3
      WC highest achievement Gh=Qf
      Nig=R16
      Africa highest wc goalscorer=Asamoah Gyan
      So my friend tell me what Nigeria has achieved in men’s football that Ghana had not archive

       
      • Nana yaw 3 weeks ago

        So please tell me reason why Ghana is jealous of Nigeria

         
  • pompei 3 weeks ago

    Things Nigeria has that Ghana has not achieved:
    1) Olympic soccer gold medal.
    2) Olympic soccer silver medal.
    3) 6 world cup qualifications compared to Ghana’s 4.
    4) 5 U-17 world cups.
    5) Ranked 5th IN THE WORLD in 1994, the highest FIFA rank achieved by ANY AFRICAN COUNTRY TO DATE.
    6) 9 AFCON titles won by the Super Falcons. Ghana women still waiting to win even tea cup.
    7) Nigeria women have attended far more world cups than Ghana women.
    8) Ghana has 4 Afcon titles. However, Nigeria has more Afcon medals combined than Ghana. If you add up all the golds, silvers and bronzes Nigeria has won at Afcon, Ghana is left far behind.
    9) Ghana holds the record of no trophy at senior level since 1982. Forty years have gone by since Ghana last won a senior trophy. Nigeria does not have these problem. Nigeria has been winning senior trophies much more consistently.
    Ghana could easily have the record of qualifying for the world cup semi final, but they were halted by their BFF Luis Suarez and Uruguay. One of the most painful defeats ever suffered by an African team. El Pistolero and his good friend Edinson Cavani (El Matador) are looking forward to meeting Ghana again in Qatar, to continue applying more salt to injury.
    The world cup is almost here. Somebody say WOTOWOTO! Hahahahaha!

     
    • @Yeboah and Nana Yaw…. Pompei has responded to you….. 7 days still counting, no response from you….Awon omo ale jatijati…..