Former Ghana Football Association President, Alhaji M. N.D Jawula has urged the Ghana Football Association to stop spending money on expatriates’ coaches.
After Avram Grant and the FA parted ways mutually, the management committee of the Black Stars has set up a six man committee headed by the GFA president to search a coach for the national team.
Reports have emerged that many expatriates have applied for the coaching job of the Black Stars.
However, the respected football administrator believes Ghanaian coaches are equally qualified to manage the Senior National team just like the foreign coaches.
He also emphasized that the current six member Black Stars committee should save the country from wasting lots of money on expatriate coaches and appoints an indigenous coach instead.
“It is becoming obvious that we are spending too much money on foreign coaches and it is obvious that we have a few Ghanaians now who can stand in perfectly.”
“We have Marcel Desailly, Ibrahim Tanko, Kwesi Appiah, Osei Kuffour and Sellas ‘Bobo’ Tetteh, all these given a chance can do something that any white man can do and I think it will be a waste of resources if we bring a foreign coach who will take so much money.”