Former Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah and AFCON winning coach, Hugo Broos have completed their interview with the Ghana Football Association as the panel rounds up on who is the next to manage the Black Stars.
Unlike Willy Sagnol, the duo had their interview via skype as they engaged the panel on what they can offer the team when given the nod.
Appiah is the red hot favourite to land the job 3 years after being axed.
He was assistant manager of the team from 2008 and got promoted to the main role in 2012. From there, he took Ghana to two AFCONS and became the first Ghanaian coach to qualify the country to the World Cup in 2014.
He currently manages Al-Khartoum in Sudan.
Hugo Broos on the other is new on the continent with his only experience coming with Cameroon in 2016. However, his stint with the Indomitable Lions has been a great success leading a depleted
Cameroon side to AFCON glory in 2017 at the expense of Ghana along the way.
He has several coaching experience ranging from Club Brugge in Belgium to Trabzonspor in Turkey.
He was a former Belgian player representing the country in the 1986 World Cup.
The next coach could be announced as early as next week.