Ex-Ghana midfielder, Godwin Attram has hailed the Ghana Football Association for its choice of coaches at the national juvenile and youth teams.
Attram, 42, an assistant to Ibrahim Tanko at the Olympic team, the Black Meteors, believes the inclusion of other former internationals into the technical department of the junior and youth national teams will help the growth of the players.
“The coaches that the Ghana Football Association is bringing on board now will help the nation.
“Because playing football for almost 20 years outside the country, you can’t tell me that if the person will get it wrong if wants to coach passionately.
“It will help the nation to develop the young kids and bring them up to the Black Stars.
“I will really applaud the FA again for having this kind of thought in their mind, bringing in coaches who have really been into football and have the passion to be a coach to support the country with the new and some of the senior coaches supporting and I believe the future is going to be bright for Ghana.” Godwin Attram told Radio Gold Sports.
Ex-internationals, Laryea Kingston, Fatawu Dauda, Jacob Nettey, Michael Osei and Ibrahim Tanko are some of the notable names who have been handed major roles with the various national teams
Ibrahim Tanko heads the Olympic team, the Black Meteors with Godwin Attram and Michael Osei as his two assistants.
Former Ghana winger, Laryea Kingston and Jacob Nettey who featured for Hearts of Oak and the Ghana national team are the two assistant to veteran coach Abdul Karim Zito at the U-17 side, the Black Starlets with former AshantiGold shot stopper, Fatawu Dauda roped in as goalkeeper’s trainer at the U-20 level.