Otto Addo, the head coach of Ghana’s Black Stars, has paid a visit to Bubuashie, a suburb of Accra, to pay gratitude to the society that has supported him since he was a child.
After guiding the Black Stars to qualification for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the Borussia Dortmund assistant coach is revelling in the limelight.
Addo has taken advantage of the opportunity to return to his boyhood neighbourhood to thank the society for its support during his football career.
The 46-year-old coach became Ghana’s first player and coach to qualify for the World Cup.
On the away goal rule, the 46-year-old led the Black Stars to the 2022 World Cup at the expense of regional rivals Nigeria.
Otto Addo, the head coach of the Black Stars, paid a visit to his hometown of Bubuashie to give tribute to the society that has supported him since he was a child.
On Tuesday evening, the four-time African champions drew 1-1 with Nigeria at the Moshood Abiola Stadium in Abuja.
When the draw for the 2022 FIFA World Cup takes place in Qatar on April 1, Ghana will learn who will be in its group.
🇬🇭Black Stars head coach Otto Addo, visited his roots Bubuashie to pay homage to the society that supported him from childhood.
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