Ghana can qualify from the group stages with just this – Joojo Wollacott knows what is needed to be successful in the Qatar World Cup

Black Stars goalkeeper Jojo Wallocott has admitted that they must work hard to have a successful campaign at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

In March, the Swindon Town goalkeeper put in a strong performance to help the Black Stars defeat Nigeria’s Super Eagles in the world cup qualifiers’ playoff round.

In an interview with Happy FM, Wollacott emphasized the importance of hard work for the Black Stars at the World Cup.

“We just have to work hard and play with freedom, don’t put pressure on ourselves. Just go and represent Ghana.

“We just have to work hard and be hopeful we can be successful. We can qualify from the group stages,” Joseph Wollacott shared.

Ghana has been drawn in Group H for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, where it will face Portugal, Uruguay, and South Korea.

This year’s World Cup will take place between November and December.

Wallocott made his Ghana debut in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match against Zimbabwe in Cape Coast last September.

He produced an assured performance in Ghana’s 3-1 victory and has since been the team’s safest pair of hands.

So far, the 25-year-old has made nine appearances, three of which were at the 2021 Africa Cup and two of which were in the World Cup playoffs victory over Nigeria.

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