Ghanaian supporters have called on coach Otto Addo to quit before the 2022 Fifa World Cup in Qatar despite the 1-0 victory against Nicaragua.
WHAT HAPPENED? The Black Stars recovered from their 3-0 defeat against Brazil to edge out the Blue and White 1-0 at Estadio Francisco Artes Carrasco on Tuesday. Heading into the fixture, Addo made eight changes to the starting XI.
He handed full debuts to defender Mohammed Salisu and forward Inaki Williams after they had come on as second-half substitutes against the Selecao. However, it was Abdul Fatawu Issahaku, who scored the goal that turned out to be the winner in the 35th minute.
WHAT THEY SAID: Despite the win, fans have flocked social media to call for the sacking of the 47-year-old coach insisting his tactics are not good enough heading into the continental showpiece in the Gulf nation.
"We need a coach with immediate effect," Frank Nyame wrote on Facebook adding: "I initially had belief in Addo but his behaviour has demonstrated he has nothing in him."
Owusu Rossel wrote: "Addo can’t help Ghana 🇬🇭 at the World Cup… it seems everyone is playing his own game… without team work," while Seth Barimah Koranteng opined: "This coach with this great squad will gradually take us into a ditch 🥲🤣😂 he’s even confused."