FIFA World Cup 2022 would be held in November/December, instead of the usual June/July.
This is due to Qatar’s intense summer heat, this World Cup will be held from late – November to mid – December, making it the first tournament not to be held in May, June, or July; it is to be played in a reduced timeframe of around 28 days.
With the reschedule of dates, Ghana has a bit of time to mobilize a formidable squad to raise the flag of Africa high. With the expected inclusion of Chelsea FC star Callum James Hudson – Odoi, Tariq Nii – Lante Lamptey of Brighton & Hove Albion and Antoine Serlom Semenyo of Bristol City, Ghana should be able to mount a credible threat for the FIFA World Cup.
The inclusion of high class, fast rising and promising players will give Ghana some advantage, because the technical team and management of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) will have the necessary time to efficiently and effectively train the players to be abreast with each other style of play.