We’ll Not Go Into The Uruguay Game Seeking For Revenge – Tactician Otto Addo Says

We’ll not go into the Uruguay game seeking for revenge – Tactician Otto Addo
Otto Addo

Black Stars coach Otto Addo has said that the team is focused ahead of the last group game against Uruguay in the ongoing 2022 FIFA World Cup

He stated that, despite Ghana’s vengeful past with the South American team, the major emphasis of the encounter will be progression to the next round.

Despite his confidence, Otto feels his team will not be able to take vengeance on Uruguay, who defeated Ghana in the World Cup quarterfinals in 2010.


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Speaking after his side’s 3-2 win against South Korea, he said he does not think about revenge.

“It will be very difficult, but I am confident to know that we can win this game. I’m not a guy that thinks much of revenge, ” he said at the post-match conference.

The German-trained gaffer said he instinctively feels Ghana will win and need not complete it by thinking of revenge.

“It was a really, really long time ago that this incident happened and I am a strong believer that if you don’t seek too much revenge on this kind of thing sometimes you get the blessings— Otto Addo concluded

Otto Addo apologizes for criticizing referee after Ghana-Portugal match

Otto Addo, has rendered an Apology for criticizing referee Ismail Elfath after the match between Ghana and Portugal.

This comes after the Ghana Black Stars were defeated by Portugal (3-2) on last week Thursday after Ronaldo’s controversial penalty became the talk of the town and sparked massive reactions on social media.

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Ghanaian football fans and supporters worldwide vented their displeasure on the USA referee for awarding Ronaldo a penalty to score Portugal’s opening goal against the Black Stars

Many people accused the referee of being a racist and dragged him on social media, claiming that the use of VAR may have prevented the Portuguese side from winning the match due to the Ghana squad’s outstanding performance.

At the press conference Addo said : “Up to this point we didn’t get any answer (from FIFA), maybe I can use this stage now to apologize If I was too rude but I was very emotional after the match. Hopefully, I won’t get a fine”

SOURCE: www.hellovybes.com


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