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Sports News of Saturday, 25 March 2017


Ex-Ghana international Kuuku Dadzie believes he can coach Black Stars

Former Ghana international Kuuku Dadzie says he is capable of handling the Black Stars.

Dadzie, who once handled the Ghana’s U-17 team believes he has the clout to adequately replace Avram Grant following his tutorials under the late Ben Koffie.

The Black Stars coaching job has been left vacant since Israeli coach Avram Grant vacated the position after the expiration of his contract with Ghana FA last month.

In an interview with Accra-based Green FM, Dadzie said, “I'll be able to lead the team without any problem and I believe I can return make them realize their targets."

“With the support of the players and the FA I think I can help the team. I mentioned the players because they are the ones going to carry out the job. I’ve watched the team on countless number of occasions and I can confidently say that they are lacking in so many aspects."

“We have defensive and attacking principles but the team don’t apply those things on the field of play and due to this there are so many lapses in the side. These are technical lessons I learnt under the late Ben Koffie."

A six-member committee was mandated by the Ghana FA to find the next Black Stars coach but according to media reports, the committee has settled on Akwesi Appiah and Willy Sagnol who are to be interviewed next week before a final decision will be taken.