It’s Hard to Project Wollacott will Come in First – Otto Addo

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Goalkeeper Jojo Wollacott, according to Ghanaian coach Otto Addo, will have difficulties regaining the top slot for the Black Stars.

Prior to suffering an injury just before the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, Wollacott was the Black Stars’ first-choice goalkeeper. Since then, he has struggled to get into games; his last game for the squad was in June 2022.

Richard Ofori succeeded Lawrence Ati-Zigi as the starting custodian in Qatar for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations, which was held in the Ivory Coast. Despite the 2-1 loss, Ati-Zigi impressed Addo in Friday’s play against Nigeria since Ofori was left out of the squad for this month’s qualifications.

When asked about the goalkeeper issue prior to Tuesday’s game against Uganda, Addo responded as follows:

“I am not quite sure yet. I left it open. I have to say that Lawrence Ati-Zigi had a good match. I gave him the start because he is a regular player in his club. Frederick [Asare] is new and young. I think he made a good first impression.

In reference to Wollacott’s present circumstances, Addo clarified, “He is very, very calm on the ball and has good technique in the goal. Joseph Wollacott at the moment is not playing in his club so it’s difficult to say that he will be the number one at the moment but I think tomorrow I will give him the chance to play and to show himself and we will keep on watching them and observing them and we will decide in June who will be the goalkeeper who will stand in the goal.”

Source: 3news



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