Over the years, Ghana has spent millions of dollars housing whoever happens to be the coach of the senior national team in first class hotels.
However, in a measure intended to save money, the government has acquired a new residence which would house whoever holds the position from now on.
Nana Aba Anamoah has unloaded on former Black Stars coach Avram Grant, blaming him for destroying Ghana football and hailing his successor Kwesi Appiah as our saviour.
According to the GhOne Tv presenter, Grant’s three year tenure – between 2014 and 2017 – practically destroyed Ghanaian football.
Head coach of the senior national team, James Kwesi Appiah, has reportedly not been paid two months into his new job.
The Finder Newspaper reports that neither Appiah nor the members of his technical team has received a dime since taking the job, due to a standoff between GNPC and the GFA.
Outspoken ace Journalist and editor of ‘The Insight’ newspaper, Kwesi Pratt Jr, has reiterated his strong support for Ghana to always have a local coach no matter how bad the person performs.
Kwesi Pratt Jr in a discussion with Randy Abbey on Metro Tv referred to Dr. Kwame Nkrumah’s quote that the black man is capable of managing or mismanaging his own affairs and so far as Kwesi Appiah is Ghanaian if even he mismanages the National Team to go trophy-less in the next ten years he’ll still support him.
Former President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Dr Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe, has warned the body to desist from reappointing former coach Kwesi Appiah as Stars manager.
The GFA are currently on the search for a new coach and many in the FA see him as the best candidate for the job, placing him as the clear favourite.
Spaniard Gerard Nus, who served as video analyst for the Black Stars during the tenure of Avram Grant, has returned to Spain after a shameful impasse with the Ghana Football Association (GFA) was brought to an end Sunday.
Nus had been refusing to vacate his Accra hotel to fly back home until he has been paid all monies owed him by the FA from Afcon 2017.
Out of a hundred and thirty-two (132) who applied to fill Avram Grant’s vacant position as Black Stars coach, the GFA 6 member committee tasked to find the Stars a new manager has shortlisted 3 candidates for interview
Information gathered from starrsportsgh.com can confirm that the Ex-Stars Coach, James Kwesi Appiah who currently coaches Sudanese club Al Khartoum is a contender among the said three.
Ghana Football Association is likely to be on a Sankofa move to get former Black Stars coach Kwesi Appiah back to the job that he was denied to continue after the infamous Brazil fiasco. READ ALSO: See How Beans And Plantain Influenced Stephen Appiah’s Football Career Reports by Ghanasportsonline.com says 5 out of the newly … Read more
The managerial role for the Ghana Senior National Football Team has been vacant following Avram’s departure after the team’s poor performance at the recent AFCONS. The next best fit to fill that position has raised a number of debates so far which GFA seeks demystify with this new 6 Member Committee obliged to find the Black Stars … Read more
Former Black Stars manager Avram Grant has said that the two players sent home from the 2014 world cup for indiscipline, Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Ali Muntari, should be reinstated in the team.
Grant, who never had use of either during his stint as head coach of the Stars, is recommending on his way out that the two ‘troublemakers’ be brought back in.
Former Black Stars head coach Avram Grant has revealed his immense love for Kofi Kinaata’s trending song ‘Confession’.
The Israeli had a conversation with Bola Ray on Starr Chat Wednesday and revealed numerous things about his time in Ghana.
Former Black Stars coach Avram Grant has revealed that one of the things he’ll miss most about Ghana is ‘Ghana Jollof’.
The national team manager, who resigned weeks to the end of his contract, appeared on Starr Chat with Bola Ray Wednesday and elaborated on the things he would miss most about the country.
Likely to be a piece of good news to Ghanaians who felt disrespected with the National Team’s fourth AFCON place, Coach Avram Grant, who turned 62 yesterday, has relinquished his duties as Black Stars coach.
Though with 27 days more for the official contract of Avram Grant to be exhausted, LiveFm has reported that the former Coach, the 3rd highest paid in Africa on a $50,000 monthly salary, has called for an early back out.
Communications director of the Ghana Football Association, Ibrahim Sani Dara, has debunked rumours circulating online claiming that head coach of the Black Stars, Avram Grant, has died.
Social media reports Tuesday night claimed the Israeli had died after suffering a heart attack, but Sani Dara debunked those claims in a press briefing held earlier today.
There’s a strong wind blowing signaling the departure of Blackstars Coach Avram Grant, immediately after the ongoing AFCON as his contract expires soon after that.
Speaking to Metro Tv’s Ernest Koranteng in Port Gentil, Gabon, Grant said he hasn’t emphatically stated he is leaving. But his remarks quite sounded like a thank you speech.
The Black Stars of Ghana would be back in action later today when they take on The Eagles of Mali on the verge of a defensive crisis.
Ghana could qualify with a win against the Malians, but risk unravelling after star left back Baba Rahman was ruled out of the tournament with an injury in the first game and with no like for like replacement in the side.
British High Commissioner, Jon Benjamin’s presence on twitter has often been causing some stir on the platform.
The last time it was his “harmattan joke ” which Ghanaians found unfriendly and disrespectful to Ex-President Mahama.
Today it is Avram Grant’s spokesman, Saif Rubie who is at the throat of Jon for tweeting that “Watching the Black Stars is sometimes every bit as frustrating as watching West Ham. What did Avram Grant say to them at half time?”
The Black Stars take on Uganda in less than an hour’s time in their opening Afcon 2017 group game.
Coach Avram Grant has named a strong starting lineup for the game with all the regulars getting a place in the team.
The Black Stars of Ghana have left their camping base in the United Arab Emirates as they make the trip to Gabon for the commencement of the upcoming African Cup.
The team were supposed to fly earlier but a mix up delayed their trip, but have now gone through customs and are en route for West Africa.
Black Stars manager Avram Grant has dropped three players from his initial 26 man squad as he submits his final 23 man squad for the upcoming African Cup of Nations.
Austria Lustenau forward Raphael Dwamena, who has scored 18 goals in 20 games for his club this season, is one of those spectacularly dropped – alongside former youth international Joseph Attamah Larweh and Abdul Majeed Warris.
Former Ashgold goalie Fatau Dauda has received a late call up into the Black Stars setup after Adam Larsen Kwarasey dropped out due to injury.
Kwarasey was one of three goalies named by coach Avram Grant to his 26 man squad for the upcoming African Cup of Nations, but has succumbed to a setback which has led to him being dropped.
Black Stars manager Avram Grant has named his preliminary 26 man squad for the 2017 African Cup of Nations in Gabon.
The tournament commences later this month and the Stars are set for a training camp in the United Arab Emirates – so the coach has named his final squad for that camp.
Black Stars manager Avram Grant has named his final list of 23 players to commence training for the crunch upcoming world cup qualifier against the Pharaohs of Egypt.
The Black Stars take on the Pharaohs on November 13 in Alexandria, Egypt, and desperately need a win if we’re to get our qualifying campaign back on track.
Former head of the Ghana Football Association Dr Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe is calling for the firing of Black Stars manager Avram Grant, describing him as ‘lazy’ and ‘useless’.
Dr Nyaho-Tamakloe is furious with the coach for the Star’s horrible start to World Cup qualifying, which commenced with a dour 0-0 draw against minnows Uganda at home.
Former Black Stars forward Ibrahim Tanko would succeed Avram Grant as coach of the senior national team.
That’s the extraordinarily long term claim of Ghanaian soccer site Ghanasoccernet, citing sources close to the situation.
The Ghana Football Association have issued a swift response to local reports that coach Avram Grant has not been paid for the past few months.
The reports claim the Ghana National Petroleum Company (GNPC), headling sponsor of the team, have failed to meet their contractual obligations, leading to the Ghana FA being unable to settle the Israeli’s $50,000 monthly salary for the last three months.