Former Ghanaian footballer, Micheal Osei, reportedly seeks to fill the coaching vacancy for the Ghana national team, known as the Black Stars. Following Ghana’s exit from the 2023 African Cup of Nations, the team parted ways with Head Coach Chris Highton, who had been at the helm for almost a year.
The Ghana Football Association has established a five-member committee tasked with the responsibility of identifying a new coach for the Ghana national team, commonly referred to as the Black Stars.
It’s reported that several coaches have begun submitting applications for the open position of head coach for the Black Stars. One notable applicant is Micheal Osei, former coach of Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Bibiani GoldStars, as gathered by Talksghana.com
Micheal Osei has a rich history within Ghanaian football, having served notable clubs including Liberty Professionals, Asante Kotoko, and most recently, Bibiani Goldstars. During his tenure as manager, he achieved significant milestones, including clinching the 2013/2014 Ghana Premier League and FA Cup with Asante Kotoko, as well as securing a GHALCA top 6 spot with the team in 2016.
The five-member committee has not yet disclosed their chosen coach for the vacant position as the Black Stars of Ghana continue their search for a new manager.