Relax, the world cup is coming to Ghana: an interview with Otto Addo. This sentence uttered by Otto Addo in a recent interview has been widely shared and discussed across social media platforms as well as on mainstream media channels in Ghana, as well as globally.
The former Black Stars winger appeared on Joy FM’s morning show to talk about his new book and the World Cup tournament being hosted in of Qatar.
The FIFA World Cup is an international soccer tournament that takes place every four years. This year’s tournament scheduled to take place in Qatar from 21st November to 18th December 2022.
Otto Addo is a former professional soccer player who represented Ghana at the Africa Cup of Nations.
He is now a coach for the Ghanaian national team the Black Stars. In this interview, he discusses his excitement for the upcoming World Cup and what it means for Ghana.
How Otto got into football
Otto Addo’s love for football started at a young age. He grew up playing the sport with his friends in Ghana and quickly fell in love with the game.
When he was older, he had the opportunity to play professionally for a few years before eventually becoming a coach.
About the program
The World Cup is coming to Ghana! This year, the global event will be held in various cities across the country Qatar.
Otto Addo, head coach of the Ghanaian national team, sat down with us to discuss his thoughts on the upcoming tournament.
Things he wants to change in this program
In this program, I want to change the way we think about football. I want to make it more than just a game.
I want to make it an experience that people can enjoy and be a part of. I want to change the way people see Ghanaian footballers. And I want to give back to the community that has given so much to me.
What are his achievements so far?
Otto Addo is a retired professional footballer who played as a midfielder for the Ghanaian national team.
He started for Ghana as right midfielder in the 2006 FIFA World Cup game against the Czech Republic on 17 June 2006 at the Rhein Energie Stadion in Cologne, which Ghana won 2–0.
In 2006 he played in Ghana’s 2–1 win over the United States at the Franken stadion in Nuremberg
Otto Addo (born 9th June 1975) is a scout and manager, and a retired Ghanaian-German footballer who played for Ghana internationally. He is currently the head coach of the Ghana national football team.
Also, Addo started his career in 1991 in Hamburg playing for Hamburger SV. In 1993 he left Bramfelder SV after playing there for a year to join fellow Hamburg side VfL 93 Hamburg in 1993 where he played 80 league matches and scored 4 goals from 1993 to 1996.
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