WHY I DON’T WANT TO COACH BLACK STARS FULL TIME – Otto Addo

Black Stars coach, who also doubles as the assistant coach of giant German club, Borussia Dortmund has revealed in a fresh interview why he wants to operate in a dual capacity with the aforementioned teams.

The former Black Stars international who helped Ghana beat arc rivals Nigeria in the FIFA World playoffs to qualify for Qatar 2022 says he sees himself in Europe in the too distant future which is why he cannot fully commit himself to the Black Stars job.

“I don’t see the position as of now. I think as a national coach you should also live in the country you work for in the long term. Of course, many things can also be organized and delegated remotely over a certain period. But I see myself personally in Germany in the next few years,” he told Transfermarkt.

Recall that coach has been permitted by his German club Dortmund will continue his role with George Boateng of Aston Villa U-23, Didi Dramani of Right to Dream and Chris Hughton as technical advisor.

Ghanasoccernet reveals that Otto Addo will be on the touchline when Ghan hosts Madagascar in the opening game of the 2023 AFCON qualifiers at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium on June 1.

JOJO WOLLACOT WAS THERE WHEN WE NEEDED HIM THE MOST – Ghana Coach Otto Addo Praises Young Chap

Ghana coach Otto Addo has heaped praises on Black Stars’ number one keeper Jojo Wollacot who pulled some incredible saves in Abuja to keep Ghana’s chances of going to the World Cup intact.

The young chap who faced massive criticisms after Ghana’s disastrous campaign in Cameroon during the last Afcon justified himself when he performed creditably well in the two-legged match against the Super Eagles of Nigeria for the sole ticket to Qatar.

Otto Addo while talking to the media after the grueling encounter at the Moshood Abiola Sports Stadium where they held Nigeria to a 1-1 draw, expressed his excitement over the win saying, “I’m really delighted, exhausted, it was a tough match and we fought our way through,” he told Multimedia reporters.

“We had big big problems, especially in the first half, and through some changes, the players gave their tactics very well, and still they (the Nigerians) had some good chances.”

He then singled out Wollacot for his impressive performance;

“Our goalkeeper was there when we needed him and we had a little bit of lunch also because if you see the chances the Nigerians were better. I feel a bit pity for them but this is a football, sometimes and we fought our way through”, he added.

MILOVAN RAJEVAC IS NUMBER ONE BULLSH!t GUY – Van Vicker Fumes Over Ghana’s Exit From AFCON

Popular Actor, producer and director,  Van Vicker has savagely descended on coach Milo describing him as the number one bullsh!t guy who knows nothing as Ghana gets kicked out of the AFCON tournament.

For the first time in Ghana’s football history, the senior national team, the Black Stars have been kicked out of the AFCON tournament in the group stage and this really sparked an outrage in Ghana.

Celebrities have reacted the abysmal performance of the Black Stars in this year’s tournament.

In a video shared online, Van Vicker who is so pissed over what happened slammed coach Milo saying he’s the number one bullsh!t man and he knows nothing which has resulted in Ghana being out of the tournament.

Van Vicker sounds so angry and pissed and it’s understandable especially to have a small team such as Comoros kick you out of the tournament without a single win in the group stage and it’s embarrassing for a team like Ghana.

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