Current deputy Black Stars Coach Maxwell Konadu together with ex-Ghana international Ibrahim Tanko could be the two assistant Coaches for the senior National team, according to multiple reports.
The two according to reports will assist Kwesi Appiah who could be named as the new head Coach for the Black Stars.
Reports indicate the Ghana Football Association have settled on the Al-Khartoum Coach (Kwesi Appiah) after an interview with the six-member committee appointed to hunt for a new Coach.
Further reports indicate Maxwell Konadu who has been working as the assistant Coach for the Black Stars for the past five years will be assigned to keep tabs on the local Black Stars team with Tanko working directly with Kwesi Appiah.
The Ghana FA have been in search of a new trainer for the Black Stars since the departure of Avram Grant who failed to meet his task to win the Cup of Nations title with the Black Stars.
Kwesi Appiah, Willy Sagnol, a former French international and Cameroon Coach Hugo Broos made the three-man shortlist after applications from hosts of interest Coaches.
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