Assistant Coach of the Black Stars George Boateng has landed a punditry job with beIN SPORTS for the coverage of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 in the Middle East & North Africa (MENA).
George Boateng will join a host of legends of the game which include the likes of Kaka, John Terry, Arsene Wenger, Marcel Desailly, Lothar Matthaus and so on to bring in-depth analysis of all 64 games to be played at the World Cup in Qatar.
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Nevertheless, it remains unclear how George Boateng will combine his punditry job and his role as Assistant Coach of the Black Stars, a role he left Aston Villa to focus on in August this year.
Boateng, together with Otto Addo (Head Coach), Mas-Ud Didi Dramani (Assistant Coach) and Chris Hughton (Technical Advisor) will lead Ghana at the World Cup which kicks off on Sunday, November 20.
Ghana have been pitted in Group H of the group stages alongside Portugal, Uruguay and South Korea.
The Black Stars will start their campaign against Portugal on Thursday, November 24, before playing Uruguay on Monday, November 28 and South Korea on Friday, December 2.