The Ghana Football Association is set to fly five coaches abroad for to refresh their career with yet to be named clubs.
The coaches include, former Black Queens trainer, Mercy Tagoe, former Physical Education head at second cycle schools, Prempeh College and Kumasi Girls Senior High and experienced female football manager, Anita Wiredu.
Others to benefit from this refresher course abroad are Joyce Boatey-Agyei who is the first head coach of the newly-established Ghana Under-15 female national team.
Founder, Chief Executive and coach of Royal Ladies FC, Edna Quargrine is the last of the five names set to fly out of Ghana for exercise.
The likely destination for these five coaches could be the Netherlands per the reports gathered by Africa-foot.com.
The Ghana FA has begun the capacity building of coaches with veteran women’s coach Yussif Basigi and current Real Tamale United gaffer, Baba Nuhu attaching with German Bundesliga club, TSG Hoffenheim.
Other coaches who have benefited from the FA’s capacity building are, former head coach of Hearts of Oak, Samuel Boadu, Ghana legend, Ibrahim Tanko, former Kotoko head coach, Prosper Narteh Ogum and Ignatius Osei Fosu.
The above mentioned coaches understudied the Black Stars technical team led by Otto Addo at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.