French Ambassador to Ghana Anne-Sophie Avé predicts Ghana vs France in 2022 World Cup Finals

France Ambassador to Ghana in 2018, Anne-Sophie Avé has forecasted a Ghana vs France finals for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

After congratulating the Black Stars for qualifying for the Mundial, the French diplomatic predicted the four-time African champions to break fallow grounds in the global showpiece.

Since her appointment as France Ambassador to Ghana in 2018, Anne-Sophie Avé has become the toast of many Ghanaians due to her unflinching love for the West African nation French diplomat.

Anne-Sophie Avé has fantasized about a World Cup final featuring the Black Stars of Ghana and the reigning World champions, France.

Anne-Sophie, French Ambassador to Ghana, has endeared herself to the people of Ghana with many regarding her as the best consulate to Ghana bar former United Kingdom Ambassador to Ghana Jon Benjamin.

She made her fantasy prediction at Asamoah Gyan’s autobiography launch at the plush Kempinski Hotel in Accra.

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My dream will be both France and Ghana we get all the way to the final and that final will be amazing. I would support both sides so I would be excited whatsoever.” She told Citi TV.

I can only wish that Ghana and France go all the way to the finals. And of course, I’m definitely very chauvinist and I will love France to win. But you see we have won twice.”

Despite being French, Anne-Sophie Avé prefers Ghana to clinch the World Cup should her dream predictions materialize.

Now Ghana has captured my heart and so I would be so glad if Ghana won at that time.” “We’ve won twice so I think it’s the turn of Ghana and Ghana has amazing players so I would be very happy [if Ghana wins the World Cup].” She ended.

Ghana has been handed a tricky World Cup group which features two-time World champions Uruguay, 2016 European champions Portugal and Asian powerhouse Korea Republic.

Meanwhile, France has been drawn in Group in a relatively easier group featuring Denmark, Tunisia and either Peru, UAE or Australia.