Bashiru laments lack of forecast for coaches in Ghana

Soccer News of Thursday, 4 February 2016



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Head coach of Ghanaian champions AshGold Bashiru Hayford has bemoaned the lack of interest in helping home based coaches improve on their stock.

According to Bashiru Hayford who beat off competition from Aduana’s Stars Kwabena Ameyaw and Medeama’s head coach Tom Strand to win the best technical brain on the local scene, the Ghana Football Association is yet to add an ingredient of knowledge to his game.

“After they say you are the best coach, that’s all. It ends there. That day they name you that is all! No programme for you to follow, nothing! For me, sometimes I wish I come from Togo because, Master, things that are happening here,” Hayford told Starr Sports.

“You are named the Best Coach and then the whole season you sit down until they choose another Best Coach. What are the programs for the best Coach? Elsewhere, Best Coaches are taken outside for attachment somewhere by the FA.

“The FA must say this is our Best Coach and we have to make sure we maintain his standard so maybe go to Liverpool or Chelsea on attachment for one week or programs like go to Tamale and meet the coaches and give them your experience”, he added.