The Mark Addo-led committee charged to find the new Black Stars coach has presented its report to the Executive Council (ExCo) of the Ghana Football Association (GFA)
The GFA Executive Council constituted a 3-man committee last Monday to find replacements for sacked Charles Akonnor and his 2 assistants.
The committee made up of GFA Veep Mark Addo, Upper East Regional Football Association chairmen Salifu Zida, and ExCo member Randy Abbey were given 3 days to do the job.
The GFA has now announced the committee has reported to the Executive Council for the approval of their choice of coach.
“The Three-Member Search Committee which was appointed by the Executive Council to make recommendations for a new coach of the Black Stars has on Thursday, September 16, 2021 submitted their report to the Ghana Football Association,” the GFA said on its website.
“Following the submission of the report, the next steps will include finding internal alignment with relevant stakeholders and decision making by the Executive Council before signing of contract, official announcement and unveiling.”
Various names have come up in the last three days as candidates for the vacant Black Stars coaching job.
Local media reports suggest Serbian Milovan Rajevac is set to return for a second spell as Ghana coach.