Outgoing Black Stars head coach, Avram Grant has averred he is happy with his two-year spell with the Black Stars despite the failure to win any major trophies.
Grant’s contract with the Ghana Football Association will run out this month after leading the team to finish 4th in the just-ended African Nations Cup tournament in Gabon.
He led the team to finish on the second position in the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations in Equatorial Guinea losing to Ivory Coast in the finals of the competition.
“There are a lot of good memories that I will take from the football, the country and the people here but I will not say that there were no problems. Personally, I enjoyed myself. I met players I did not know before when I was in my country. I came for the football.
“We were in one (AFCON) final; our first since 2010 and we wanted to reach another final but we could not. We deserved to win the semi-final (against Cameroon) but we did not and it hurt. But it is football. What else can you do?”
He continued, “But I am happy that I am leaving a good base for the team especially as I took over in the midst of problems with the 2014 World Cup.
“We had to bring in new players to replace those who were aging and these new players became key to the team. I see that the team is of the right age to bring in trophies. We could have done it in the last tournament but that is football for you.”
The Ghana Football Association stated earlier this week that it would start the processes to find Grant’s successor.