The Ghana Football Association has unveiled its plan to recruit the next coach for the Black Stars.
To oversee this process, a five-member search committee has been established.
This committee will be responsible for evaluating and recommending a candidate to the Executive Council for approval.
The committee will be led by Mark Addo, the Vice President of the Ghana Football Association, and will include Ace Ankomah (Esq.) as the Vice Chairman, Professor Joseph Kwame Mintah, Opoku Nti, and William Caesar Kartey.
They have been given a timeline of three weeks to propose the next coach to the Executive Council for their endorsement.
It will be fascinating to see who they ultimately select for this prestigious role.
However, the GFA has lined up a criteria for the selection of the next head coach and they are as follows:
1.The potential Head Coach should be a proven winner in coaching Top Men’s National Team or Club Football.
2.Must have a football philosophy that aligns or compliments our DNA.
3.Must hold the highest football license in the world with over 15 years coaching experience
4.Proven track record in team reconstruction, organization and development of young talent.
5.Proven disciplinarian, tactician and leadership skills