GFA must consider ex players when appointing coach for the national team
Black Stars 1963 & 85 winning squad should be considered when appointing a new coach for the national team.
Former Black Stars player Rev. Kofi Pari believes Ghana Football Association should consult ex-player in decision making.
Kofi Pari is of the view that the nations football governing body must include former players when appointing a coach for the national team.
Ghana after a disappointing campaign in Cameroon sacked head coach Milovan Rajevac. The Serbian lost his job, despite guiding the West African’s to World Cup qualifiers play-offs.
Ghana Football Association is set to make an appointment, and Kofi Pari believes ex stars has to be consulted.
Lamenting his story Rev. Kofi Pari revealed Black Stars 1963 & 85 winning squad should be key players in the hiring of a coach.
In an interview with Onua sports, Kofi Pari said:
“Ghana Football Association must meet with 1963 and 85 winning squad when appointing a coach for the national team.
“We have been through a lot of coaches with different mentality and methods. So by consulting us, we will share our experiences and that can help in recruiting the right person for the Black Stars job.”
The West African giant are without a trophy in their last 30 years, since winning the 1982 African Cup of nations.