The FIFA World Cup 2022 is just around the corner, underway on 20th November in Qatar. It’s time to take a look at the Ghana Potential Squad for the World Cup 2022.
Ghana made a Cinderella run in the 2010 World Cup. We still remember the Black Stars were an inch close to making it to the last 4 in a dramatic quarter-final defeat against Uruguay.
Ghana couldn’t make it out of the Group Stage the last time they played in the 2014 World Cup. This year, Ghana will meet the familiar foe in Uruguay in Group H alongside Portugal and Korea.
The Black Stars will play their World Cup opener against Portugal on 24th November before facing Korea and Uruguay. The Ghana boss Otto Addo will call a 26-man squad for the World Cup 2022. Who will make it to Qatar alongside Inaki Williams?
Ghana Potential Squad
- Richard Ofori – Orlando Pirates
- Abdul Nurudeen – Eupen
- Joe Wollacott – Charlton Athletic
- Lawrence Ati-Zigi – St. Gallen
- Tariq Lamptey – Brighton
- Denis Odoi – Club Brugge
- Mohammed Salisu – Southampton
- Gideon Mensah – Bordeaux
- Joseph Aidoo – Celta Vigo
- Baba Rahman – Reading
- Daniel Amartey – Leicester City
- Alexander Djiku – Strasbourg
- Alidu Seidu – Clermont
- Abdul Mumin – Rayo Vallecano
- Nicholas Opoku – Amiens
- Thomas Partey – Arsenal
- Elisha Owusu – Gent
- Daniel-Kofi Kyereh – Freiburg
- Andre Ayew – Al Sadd
- Mohammed Kudus – Ajax
- Iddrisu Baba – Mallorca
- Augustine Okrah – Bechem United
- Yaw Yeboah – Columbus Crew
- Alfred Duncan – Fiorentina
- Emmanuel Lomotey – Malmo
- Majeed Ashimeru – Anderlecht
- Abdul Issahaku – Sporting
- Jordan Ayew – Crystal Palace
- Osman Bukari – Red Star Belgrade
- Felix Afena-Gyan – Cremonese
- Inaki Williams – Athletic Bilbao
- Kamaldeen Sulemana – Rennes
- Antoine Semenyo – Bristol City
- Benjamin Tetteh – Hull City
5 Best Ghana Players in World Cup 2022
Here we look into the top 5 Ghanaian players in the Ghana Potential Squad who could make a huge impact in the World Cup 2022 in Qatar.
#1 Inaki Williams
Inaki Williams is at the top of our list for obvious reasons. The Athletic Bilbao talisman is such a key player in the offense for his club and will be the same for Ghana in the World Cup.
The 28-year-old has already scored 4 goals and an assist in La Liga this season so far.
#2 Mohammed Kudus
Mohammed Kudus will be another key forward for Ghana in the FIFA World Cup 2022. The Ajax striker is at the peak of his form just at the right time.
The 22-year-old is a star in the making, scoring 5 goals in 10 games for Ajax in the Eredivisie, and another 3 goals and an assist in just 4 games in the Champions League.
#3 Thomas Partey
Next on your list is from the English Premier League, Thomas Partey. The Arsenal midfielder has been crucial for the London club this season and will be keen to continue his good form in November in Qatar. Thomas Partey will be key for Ghana to control the midfield.
#4 Mohammed Salisu
Mohammed Salisu could be a crucial center-back for Ghana in the World Cup. The 23-year-old Southampton defender is rock-solid and quite an aerial threat. Salisu could have a huge impact on Ghana’s success.
#5 Joe Wollacott
Ghanaian fans can rely on the safe hands of Joe Wollacott in the World Cup 2022. The Charlton Athletic shot-stopper will be a key man for Ghana in November. Wollacott is also in very good touch and looks to carry that momentum in Qatar.