Chris Hughton says he will be supporting Otto Addo and the Black Stars specialized group when Ghana plays Nigeria in the 2022 World Cup qualifying end of the season games in March.
The previous Brighton and Hove Albion manager was declared as Technical Advisor as a component of a four-man Ghana specialized group set up explicitly for the games against the Super Eagles.
Some Ghanaians were befuddled over his arrangement as Black Stars Technical Advisor when the Ghana Football Association (GFA) as of now had Bernhard Lippert as Technical Director.
The GFA needed to make an announcement making sense of the two jobs while others think the Technical Advisor job given to Hughton is just to usher him in as the drawn out Ghana mentor.
Whenever got some information about his job with Ghana, Hughton said: “I will be associated with Ghana.
“My dad hailed from Ghana and Ghana have two World Cup season finisher games against Nigeria.
“I’m engaged with that.
“There is a mentor yet I have the title of specialized guide and my job will be to help the mentor and the staff for these two games.
“Be that as it may, I am a lot of hoping to get back and bring a great deal to the table.”
The Black Stars will have Nigeria at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium on March 25 in the main leg of the African end of the season games during the current year’s World Cup prior to heading out to Abuja for the opposite apparatus four days after the fact.
The victor over the two ties pick one of Africa’s five tickets for the 2022 World Cup to be facilitated in Qatar in November and December