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With less than 24 hours to announce the final 26-man roster, Otto Addo is compelled to make last-minute adjustments.

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Otto Addo, the coach of Ghana, plans to make last-minute adjustments to his team before the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

With less than 24 hours to announce the final 26-man roster, Otto Addo is compelled to make last-minute adjustments.
With less than 24 hours to announce the final 26-man roster, Otto Addo is compelled to make last-minute adjustments.

 

After releasing a 55-man provisional team last week, Addo, 44, is set to reveal the Black Stars’ final 26-man roster for the Mundial.

Key players have sustained injuries that have prevented them from competing in the World Cup with less than 24 hours to pick the roster.

Jojo Wollacott, the first choice for Ghana and the goalkeeper for Charlton Athletic, has been ruled out of the competition after suffering an injury on Saturday.

The 25-year-old will miss the Mundial because to a finger injury he sustained against Burton Albion, according to club insiders who spoke to Footballghana.com.

Due to an injury, Richard Ofori, the goalie for the Orlando Pirates, is also expected to miss the competition in Asia.

The injury was announced by Pirates as they prepared to face their bitter rivals Kaizer Chiefs in the Black Label Cup tournament semifinals this year.

Three members of the Orlando Pirates are listed as injured, including Ofori. The other two defenders are Thabiso Monyane and Innocent Maela.

The former Wa All Stars goaltender will not compete, a club source who spoke to Footballghana.com has stated.

Baba Iddrisu, a midfielder for Real Mallorca, has also been disqualified from the competition.

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