Ghana Football Association (GFA) has announced a deal with former Chelsea boss Avram Grant. GFA has been looking for an experienced coach to replace Kweshi Appiah, who resigned in September.
Avram Grant has been out of job since 2012, but seems to fit into the plan of GFA. He was handed a two year contract and he seems eager to work on African soil.
The Israeli, who led Chelsea to a champions league final has worked in many countries, and hopes to use his wealthy experience to take Ghanaian football to its destination.
GFA President, Kweshi Nyantkyi, has said that Grant, was charged with the task of excelling in 2015 AFCON and winning the 2017 edition.
He is to be assisted by Maxwell Konadu, who was made the caretaker coach after the resignation of Kweshi Appiah.