Karim Zito, the head coach of Ghana’s U-17 team, has given advice to the national football organization on the type of coach it should appoint to run the Black Stars’ operations.
Coach Zito suggested in an interview that the Ghana Football Association (GFA) hire a seasoned strategist to manage the national squad.
He claims that Ghana now has a group of relatively young players and that they require an experienced coach to help them develop to the point where they would be strong enough to contend for titles.
“Our players are young, so they need an experienced coach to guide these boys. They are young and want to do everything for themselves so it will be prudent to get a senior coach to guide them,” coach Karim Zito said.
Otto Addo, the Black Stars’ last head coach, left his position when Ghana was eliminated from the FIFA World Cup 2022.
According to insiders, the Ghana FA has already chosen six managers for the national team, including Chris Hughton, and will shortly make the announcement.