Ghana coach Avram Grant will return to the country by next week with the key aim of monitoring the First Capital Plus Premier League for possible call-ups into the Black Stars for home-based players.
The Israeli coach was given a ten-day break by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) following his excellent work with the national team at the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations in Equatorial Guinea this month.
The former Chelsea coach will return to Accra with the key mission of travelling around the country in search of talents in the country’s top-flight – a move expected to boost the confidence of the players who are desperately seeking to enter the national team.
“He was given a 10-day leave and he will be back to continue and monitor the local league and join the National under 20 team also,” Ghana FA vice president Fred Crentsil and coordinator of national team said.
Grant watched Hearts of Oak play against New Edubiase United in the First Capital Plus Premier League immediately after the AFCON as he continues the search for more talents into the Black Stars.
He continue to monitor the league when he returns to the country to give him a fair idea about which home-based players could be handed Black Stars call-ups.
Grant will also travel to Senegal next month with the Black Satellites who will play at the Africa U20 Championship.
He is also expected to monitor talents as well as help the technical team if he is called upon to do so.
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