Many people are interested in the topic of Ghana selecting players who were born outside of the country. When Ghana needed its players the most, a number of its players, including George Boateng, Freddie Adu, Mario Balotelli, Jerome Boateng, and others, chose to play for other countries instead of Ghana. No one can condemn these guys for their decision because the reasons behind it are evident and because they see greater possibilities outside of Ghana than in their home country.
In recent years, Ghana has been blessed with an abundance of young players of exceptional potential, many of whom are currently competing at the highest level in virtually all aspects of the game. You can talk about some incredible young men who are creating reputations for themselves in Europe or other countries outside of Europe by playing terrific football in any position on the field, from defense to midfield to attack.
Tariq Lamptey, a right back for Brighton and Hove Albion, reportedly gave Ghana some good news after it was reported that he had finally agreed to play for the Black Stars. Lamptey plays for Ghan. The young player, who is now 21 years old, has been on Ghana’s radar for some time, and the road has been cleared at least with his desire to play for the country from which he derives his ancestry. When Ghana exhibited interest in Tariq, he had already played for England at the youth level, but it seemed as though he had not yet made up his mind about which country he would represent at the senior level in the future.
Tariq Lamptey is expected to participate in both the 2022 World Cup, which will be held in Qatar, and the Africa Cup of Nations, which will be held in Cote d’Ivoire, after all has been resolved.