More than 60 people applied for the ‘vacant Ghana manager position’… “Bento, one of the three leading candidates”
Coach Paulo Bento (54), former Korean national team coach, seems to be seriously considered as the new head coach of the Ghanaian national team.
According to Ghanaian media ‘Pulse Gana’ on the 10th (Korean time), GFA Communications Director Henry Asante Tuum said in an interview with ‘Asempa FM’, “We are trying to appoint a new coach for the Ghana national football team as much as possible within January.” revealed
“More than 60 coaches have applied for the vacant Ghana coaching post, most of them from Europe and South America. 토토 As far as I know, there are no Ghanaian coaching applicants,” he said.
While delivering the news, ‘Pulse Ghana’ mentioned former Newcastle coach Chris Houghton, Ghana head coach George Boateng, and former Korean national team coach Paulo Bento as potential candidates for the next coach of the Ghana national team.
Ghana Another media, ‘Ganaweb’, also shared the same opinion. It has been reported that the above three are potential Ghanaian coach candidates.
In March, Ghana must play two qualifiers for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations. In a situation where we have to prepare for the tournament right now, the position of coach of the national team is vacant. GFA thinks it will find the right person within January at the most.
Coach Bento, who led the team for four years after taking the lead of the Korean national team in August 2018, led Korea to the round of 16 for the first time in 12 years at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, which ended on the 19th of last month. Bentuho lost 2-3 to Ghana in the group stage, but advanced to the round of 16 tournament with 1 win, 1 draw and 1 loss in second place in the group.
Ghana is now considering coach Bento, whom he has met in the group stage and is familiar with, as one of the candidates for the coaching tower of the national team. 토토
Meanwhile, coach Bento, whose contract with the Korea Football Association expired right after the World Cup, is known to be taking a break back to his ‘homeland’ Portugal.