Grant’s assistance won’t be conflict of interest

Soccer News of Thursday, 26 February 2015

Source: sportscrusader.com

Avram Grant Coach Ghana

Vice President of the Ghana Football Association, Fred Crentsil is of the opinion that Grants decision to offer Technical Directions to Black Satellites Head Coach Sellas Tetteh won’t be a conflict of interest.

Grant will resume work as a Technical Director for the National U-20 team when they begin their campaign in Senegal for the African Youth Championship in March.

Critics have questioned the rationale behind Grant’s work with the National U-20 team as he has been tasked by the Ghana Football Association to offer Technical Directions to Sellas Tetteh.

But Coordinator for the various national teams who also doubles as the Vice President of the Ghana Football Association, Fred Crentsil thinks otherwise. “I don’t see any conflict of interest in his job; he will not interfere with Sellas Tetteh’s job he will offer Technical Directions to him when the championship starts Fred Crentsil told Sportscrusader.com.

“He is not going to take his job from Borbor, is as simple as that, we believe that he is a top class coach who wants to help the various National teams.

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