Former Chelsea Boss Thomas Tuchel Linked with Vacant Ghana Job
The Ghana Football Association is reportedly considering German manager Thomas Tuchel for the open Black Stars position.
Following Otto Addo’s departure after the World Cup, the four-time African champions are without a coach.
The Ghana Football Association has listed the former Chelsea manager alongside five other coaches for the Black Stars position, according to reports.
Ex-Brighton manager Chris Hughton and former Aston Villa player George Boateng alongside Serbia coach Dragan Stojkovic are all on the list of coaches being considered.
Tuchel has been unattached since his sacking from Chelsea at the start of the current season. The former Dortmund and PSG boss is believed to be assessing his next move.
The Black Stars endured a difficult tournament in Qatar, exiting the World Cup at the group stage after two defeats and one win. With the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers set to resume next year, the FA led by Kurt Okraku are in a hunt for a new coach.
The Black Stars have enrolled several Europe-born players in the team as part of plans to strengthen their team for the next AFCON tournament. Ghana has not won the competition since 1982.
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