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Avram Grant To Be Technical Director For Sellas Tetteh in Africa U-20 Championship
 
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26-Feb-2015  
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The Ghana Football Association have confirmed that Black Stars coach Avram Grant will travel to Senegal with the U-20 side Black Satellites of Ghana as the technical director of the team for the 2015 Africa Youth Championship tournament.

Grant guided the Black Stars to the finals of the African Cup of Nations and is expected in the country to prepare for a two-week trip to Senegal where he will take up the role of technical director to the National U-20 team, Black Satellites, for next month’s African Youth Championship.

Vice President of the Ghana Football Association and General Coordinator of National Teams Fred Crentsil told reporters at the GFA Secretariat on Tuesday that Avram Grant signed a contract not to become only the head coach of the Black Stars but also as the technical director of the national teams.

"He (Avram Grant) is suppose to give the technical direction to all national teams so he will travel with the team to observe their training and offer directives and guidlines to head coach Sellas Tetteh", Crentsil said.


"He is not going to take over the job from Sellas Tetteh but he is just yo monitor their training and after that he will give directives as to how they should go about it",

"Sellas Tetteh cannot say he does need it because every coach will welcome technical advise and from Avram Grant's pedigree, there's no way Sellas Tetteh will reject his advise on technical issues" Crentsil added.
 
 
 
Source: Ghanasportsonline.com
 
 

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