The Black Stars coaching job became vacant after the team parted ways with CK Akonor following a poor performance in the last two games in the group G world cup qualifying matches against Ethiopia and South Africa. The Ghana Football Association has set up a three-member committee comprising Vice-president, Mark Addo, Upper East Regional Football Association Chairman, Alhaji Salifu Zida, and Randy Abby to look for CK's replacement within 72 hours.
Names of various coaches who desire to coach the team have come up, but the one that caught the most attention of Ghanaians is that of National Democratic Congress' Stewart, Prof Joshua Alabi. In a Facebook post, the former football administrator requested for the national team to be given to him to coach. "I want to coach the Ghana Black Stars", he posted.
The former contender for the flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress is by no means a novice when football is a concern. He served as the General Secretary of the Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) from 1994-1997 and was the coordinator of the Black Stars management committee. At the club level, he held various administrative positions for Accra Great Olympics, positions he executed excellently to the benefit of the club.
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