The Ghana government has approved the newly put together Black Stars technical team for the upcoming World Cup playoff next month, the local media has reported.

The Ghana Football Association [GFA] last two weeks announced a four-man team to lead the national team when they come up against Nigeria in March for a place in this year’s Mundial scheduled to be hosted in Qatar.

Otto Addo, Mas-Ud Didi Dramani, George Boateng and Chris Hughton were named as the leaders of the new substantial technical team for the crucial encounter.

Despite sending out an official communication regarding the appointment of the quartet, the GFA were yet to inform the government, leading to various reports in the media.

But according to reports, the Ministry of Youth and Sports (MoYS) have now been communicated to the appointment of the new technical team with the ministry approving their appointment.

Ghana goes head-to-head with the Super Eagles at the Cape Coast Stadium on Friday, March 25, with the return leg happening four days later in Abuja.

The Black Stars after missing out in the last edition of the global showpiece will be hoping to book a place in the Mundial for the fourth time.

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