Otto Addo has stepped down as Ghana coach manager following their last game at the FIFA world cup 2022 against Uruguay which ended 2-0.

Speaking after the end of the march, the 47-year-old coach confirmed his decision of stepping down as the team’s coach and instead concentrate on his other job as talent coach with Borussia Dortmund.

“It was clear that I would stop after the work cup. My family and I see our role in Germany, l like my life at Borussia and want to carry on there. This is a family decision,” Addo confirmed.

The Ghana black stars landed the last in the group H tournament after they were unable to score a goal against their opponents Uruguay. This led to their elimination from the FIFA World cup 2022.

“The players have to continue and believe in themselves. Experience can come through doing things badly,” Addo said as he positive about Ghana’s future.

‘There are things we have to work on about defense and to be more clinical about in attack. I am certain the players will do more from this and do better next time. I am sure this squad has a bright future.”

“This is football, sometimes it is beautiful and other times ugly. It was ugly today,” added the coach who seemed to encourage Aywe who missed the penalty.

“There is no player in the world who hasn’t missed a goal,” Addo claimed.

The Ghana FA will have to hire a new coach to prepare the Black stars for the Africa Nations Championship where they have been pooled in group C alongside Madagascar, Sudan and Morocco.

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