1978 AFCON winner Mohammed Polo said no loacl-based coach can take over Black Stars vacant job after CK Akonnor’s sacking on Monday by Ghana Football Association (GFA).
Polo who is popularly known as the “Dribbling magician” weighs in on the debate over the possible replacement of Charles Kwablan Akonnor at the helm of the Ghana national team.
And according to the former Accra Great Olympics forward, Ghana Football Association (GFA) is yet to value local coaches.
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“We are having a problem because we are not developing our coaches. The FA doesn’t have any criteria for the development processes”, Polo told Kumasi-based OTEC FM, as per Sportsworldghana.
“Who is coming on board if we decide to go for in for another local coach? He asked
“We have some to tell them [GFA} should they bring in any foreign coach and he fails. You should empower your local coaches. We need to go deeper, what is happening goes deeper than what we are seeing,” he concluded.
In addition, Ghana FA settled a three-member Committee to look for CK Akonnor’s replacement until Wednesday.