The Executive Council of the Ghana Football Association have appointed Masud Didi Dramani and George Boateng as the new deputy Black Stars coaches.
The initial reports indicated Irish gaffer, Chris Hughton was going to be named the new head coach but the Football Association has confirmed that he will be the Technical advisor whiles Borussia Dortmund’s assistant Otto Addo will serve as the head coach.
Masud Didi Dramani is a renowned coach who is highly regarded in the country having previously worked with Kotoko, Black Queens and just recently with Danish giants FC Nordsjaelland.
Also, George Boateng is a Ghanaian born Dutch international who is currently the head coach of Aston Villa U-23.
Previously he’s worked with Blackburn Rovers.
The Ghana Football Association will be submitting the list to the Ministry of Youth and Sports for an approval after the announcement.
The new technical handlers are expected to lead the Black Stars against Nigeria in the playoff round of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.