Mubarak Wakaso, who is based in China and plays for Ghana’s senior national team, the Black Stars, has been invited to play for Ghana in the 2023 Cup of Nations qualification games against Madagascar and the Central African Republic, according to Otto Addo, who is the head coach of Ghana’s senior national team.
Despite the fact that the star central midfielder had not played for his club team in almost five months, Addo included the player in the 33-man squad that he announced the previous week.
As part of the preparations for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, which will take place in November, the Black Stars will also compete in a four-team tournament alongside Japan, Chile, and Tunisia. This tournament will take place in. After serving his two-match suspension, Andre Ayew, the team’s captain, was able to rejoin the squad. Ayew was absent from the World Cup play offs match against Nigeria.
Before the game on the 31st of May, 2022, Addo gave a press conference and said the following: “My call up to Wakaso was based on experience.”
“My call up to @WakasoBobby was based on experience,” Otto Addo said in a tweet.
“Somewhere in February, a phone call was made to @Fredinho41, but he decided not to play then,” pic.twitter.com/nstSid5uum
On Wednesday, June 1, Ghana will play Madagascar, and then on Saturday, June 5, Ghana will play against the Central African Republic. Otto Addo will lead his charges in a four-nation tournament in Japan as part of preparations for the upcoming FIFA World Cup. This tournament is a part of the preparations for the upcoming World Cup.