Ex-Ghana chief Tamakloe blasts FA over Black Stars backroom changes

Former Ghana FA capo Dr Nyaho Tamakloe

Ex-Ghana FA boss Nyaho Tamakloe is least enthused about the changes that have been made in the backroom staff of the Black Stars.

The Ghana Federation made a host changes that saw new faces take over from persons who have long been associated with the Black Stars coaching staff.

But the former Ghana Federation chief claims some of the newly appointed persons lack the technical know-how to excel within a short spate of time.

“Maxwell Konadu is a good choice obviously and I have that known public. But I have a problem with some of the appointments,” Tamakloe said

“Why do you change your goalkeeper trainer who has so much experience? And then your team doctor as well. It’s not correct.

“These people need time to adjust to the system in the Black Stars. You don’t just wake up one day and change a whole backroom staff like that,”

The Ghana Federation announced the major reshuffle that affected long-standing goalkeeper’s trainer Eddie Ansah, team manager Opoku Afriyie, medical officer Dr Percy Annan with the physiotherapy, masseur and the role of welfare officer changing hands.

Source Ghana Soccer


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