Ghana’s 2022 World Cup qualifiers have been postponed by the Confederation of Africa Football [Caf] due to Covid-19 challenges.
The qualifiers were scheduled to kick start in June 2021 but have been rescheduled due to the novel pandemic.
A statement released by Caf on Thursday morning indicated that the qualifiers will take place in September, October and November 2021 and will end in March 2022.
The Black Stars are in Group C along with South Africa, Zimbabwe and Ethiopia.
The 10-group winners will then be drawn in a home and away knock-out round to determine the five teams to represent the continent at the global showpiece slated for November 2022 in Qatar.
After failing to secure qualification for the 2018 Mundial in Russia, the Ghana Football Association has tasked CK Akonnor to qualify the country for the next World Cup that would be hosted in Qatar.
Below is the full statement from Caf: