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Ghana’s national team has always been special for Otto Addo – Dortmund chief Sebastian Kehl reveals

Borussia Dortmund’s sporting director, Sebastian Kehl has revealed Otto Addo’s passion for the Ghana national team after being handed the Black Stars job for the second time.

Otto Addo returns for a second stint with the Black Stars after being handed with a 34-month contract with an option for a further 24-months.

The former Ghana international replaces Chris Hughton, who was shown the exit door following the Black Stars calamitous performance at the 2023 AFCON in Ivory Coast.

Ghana suffered elimination from the tournament after failing to progress from the group stage.

“We will lose an outstanding coach and a great person in Otto Addo.”

“I know that the national team has always been something very special for Otto, despite his long-standing ties to BVB.”

“Nevertheless, I am happy for him, and I am sure that he will give his best for BVB until the summer and that we will remain in close contact beyond that,” Kehl added.

He will begin his reign as head coach of the national team during the March international break. Ghana will play Nigeria and Uganda on March 22 and March 26 respectively.

Otto Addo will return to Dortmund after the international break to continue his job with the club until the end of the season. He is expected to assume permanent Ghana role in May.

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