FIFA World Cup 2022: Ghana Most Promising Players to Watch This Season

Get more information on the most promising players of Ghana and the expectations that the viewers have from them. Read to know everything.

A win by Ghana over Nigeria ensured the West African nation’s spot in the FIFA World Cup. After initially opposing the Black Stars, several prominent figures eventually supported them. Five of Otto Addo’s most influential characters are examined. In early this year, Milovan Rajevac was replaced by Otto Addo as the coach of Ghana after the country’s squad lost in the group stage of the CAF Africa Cup of Nations.

He played 15 times for his country’s national team as a midfielder. The Black Stars quickly qualified for Qatar’s 2022 FIFA World Cup, thanks to his leadership. He will also serve as team captain during the competition. As they embark on their campaign in Qatar with an exciting squad, Ghana has five players who could prove to be game changers.

Daniel Amartey


Position: Centre-back

Age: 27

The Ghanaian defender will likely play an essential role in the success of The Foxes this year. Daniel Amartey has brought home the first piece of hardware for his team this season, having won the FA Community Shield Cup in a matchup versus Manchester City. If the Black Stars’ defender stays healthy, Brendan Rodgers will rely on him heavily.

Mohammed Kudus

Position: Attacking midfielder

Age: 22

Mohammed Kudus, like Amartey, got his start in the workforce in Denmark. After 57 games with FC Nordsjaelland, he moved to Ajax of the Eredivisie before the 2021/21 season. Since then, he and his squad have won back-to-back Dutch titles (2021 and 2022) and the KNVB Cup (2021). Ajax’s Kudus has also competed for the club in the UEFA Europa League and UEFA Champions League. After scoring and setting up another goal against Rangers, he was named player of the match and to the Champions League squad of the week.

Issahaku Fatawu

Position: Attacking midfielder

Age: 18

The 18-year-old is still under the radar, but he is an exciting prospect. The Sporting CP winger has only played in a few games in the Primeira Liga but has already apparently caught the eye of Liverpool. Although he can contribute, he may start on the bench.

Andre Ayew

Position: Left winger or forward

Age: 32

Ayew has been an integral part of the Ghana setup for many years. He is the lone player from the 2010 group that made it to the quarterfinals. Al-Ayew Sadd may not be as productive for his club as he once was, but he led Ghana to qualification as the team’s leading scorer, and his expertise will be invaluable to Ghana’s new coach, Otto Addo.

Inaki Williams

Position: Forward

Age: 28

Williams adds a dangerous new offensive option for the Black Stars. Consequently, his first game with his new squad should be pretty intriguing. The speedy and lively forward excels in one-on-one situations with opposition defenders and counterattacks. Williams is a forward for Blackstars, although he has yet to earn a cap for Ghana. The 28-year-old native of the Basque Country has played approximately 350 games and won the Spanish Super Cup during his professional career with Athletic Bilbao in Spain.

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