Information reaching DailyNewsGhana.com is that the Ghana Football Association (GFA) is set to replace current Ghanaian coach Otto Addo.
Otto Addo’s latest win against Nicaragua leaves him in a worrying situation as head coach of the Black Stars.
The 46-year-old was appointed to the helm with former Tottenham boss Chris Hughton, Aston Villa’s George Boateng, and home-based Mas-Ud Didi Dramani all forming part of his technical team.
Addo and his team steered the four-time African champions to the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup after eliminating Nigeria on a better head-to-head aggregate.
However, the numbers haven’t been too convincing for Addo – though he lost his first game in charge of the team on Friday.
According to a close source from the GFA, they are still considering replacing Otto Addo ahead of the World Cup.
The source added that the FA will former Tottenham boss Chris Hughton.
Otto Addo as Ghana coach
Number of Games – 7
Win – 2
Draws – 3
Defeat – 2
Ghana 0-0 Nigeria
Nigeria 1-1 Ghana
Ghana 3-0 Madagascar
Central African Republic 1-1 Ghana
Japan 4-1 Ghana
Nicaragua 0-1 Ghana
Goals scored – 9
Goals conceded – 7