Black Stars Sideline Qualifies Players For International Ones To Qatar 2022Kwesi Traffic
The Ghana Black Stars team seems to have sidelined the players who played for Ghana to help Ghana qualify for the World Cup.
Ghana’s national team has recruited five new players who are now qualified to compete in Qatar’s World Cup, which is four months away.
The Ghana soccer federation said on Wednesday all five have switched nationality to represent the African country.
These five new players include; Tariq Lamptey of Brighton played for England Under-21s, Stephan Ambrosius and Ransford-Yeboah Königsdörffer of Hamburger SV both played for Germany Under-21s, while Iaki Williams of Athletic Bilbao played for Spain, his country of birth, in a six-year-old friendly. Patric Pfeiffer, another footballer from Germany, plays forward for Darmstadt.
The impression is that the Black Stars sideline qualifies players for International ones to play in Qatar 2022.