The Ghana Football Association has outlined a strategic plan to appoint the next Black Stars coach after parting ways with Chris Hughton on January 23, 2024.
A five-member search committee, led by GFA Vice President Mark Addo, has been appointed to assess and propose a candidate to the Executive Council for approval.
The committee, including legal expert Ace Ankomah and football legend Opoku Nti, has a three-week timeframe to present its recommendation.
The criteria for the new head coach emphasize a proven winning record, alignment with the team’s football philosophy, extensive coaching experience, talent development skills, and strong disciplinary and tactical prowess.
Stay tuned for the forthcoming publication of the detailed job description for the coveted Black Stars coaching position as announced by the FA