After missing out in Russia 2018 Word cup the Black stars of Ghana are expected to return with a thunderous sound in this year FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Before Russia 2018 World Cup,Ghana had qualified in 2006,2010 and 2014 editions respectively.It will be difficult for Ghana to stage a repeat of their historic run to the quarter finals of 2010 World Cup.
The black stars will have their time to enforce their revenge on Uruguay for their controversial 2010 exit on penalties when they will face the team in their final group H game following tough match against Portugal and eventually South Korea.
"I believe in the players we have,I believe in the squad especially if everyone will be there,no injuries and we have a full Squad,but it's only that grass that will speak.But we have to accept and respect the fact that we are not favourite,"said Andrew Ayew team's Captain.
In this year the four time African champions just won 2 out of 12 games,this however triggered replacement of manager Milan Rajevac with Otto Addo over the Club's poor performances.
On November 24th in the opening game,the black stars will face Portugal and on 28th November they will come face to face with South Korea.Uruguay will be their final team they will be facing in the Group H and the game will commence on 2nd December.
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