Players of the Black Stars, the Technical Team, Management, and other members of the Ghanaian delegation who are currently in Qatar for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 finals have signed a Code of Conduct ahead of the global showpiece.

The group is expected to be upright ethically, respectful, honest, display a very high level of Integrity and uphold the good name of the Black Stars, GFA, and Ghana.

The Code of Conduct outlines the norms, rules, duties, and responsibilities or proper practices of an individual in the team as well as the team’s collective behaviour.

The GFA expects the players and all other members of the national team to abide by these principles during their stay in the national team especially while in Doha, Qatar for the FIFA World Cup which kicks off on Sunday, November 20, 2022.

The Code of Conduct was signed by the delegation on arrival at the team’s training camp in Abu Dhabi.

The Black Stars will play Portugal, South Korea and Uruguay in Group H.

Meanwhile, Leroy Rosenoir, Head of Analysis at English Premier League Productions, and former Ghana International, Laryea Kingston are set to lead a team of talented pundits for EIB Network’s coverage of this year’s World Cup.

The duo has promised viewers “compelling and insightful” coverage of the world cup experience beginning today, Sunday, November 2022.

GFA Communications