According to reports from Talksghana.com, Robert Prosinečki, the ex-Croatian international, has expressed interest in the available position of Head Coach for the Black Stars of Ghana.
Following Ghana’s exit from the ongoing AFCON 2023 tournament in Ivory Coast, the Ghana Football Association dismissed Chris Highton, leaving the Black Stars of Ghana without a Head Coach.
The Ghana Football Association established a five-member committee tasked with finding a new coach for the Ghana National Team within a three-week timeframe.
Robert Prosinečki, aged 55, known for his past tenure with Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, and Sevilla from 1991 to 1997, has reportedly submitted his application for the position, as confirmed by his agent.
From 2006 to 2010, Robert Prosinečki served as the assistant coach of the Croatian national team. Subsequently, he managed Red Star Belgrade from 2010 to 2012, and most recently, in 2023, he led the Croatian club Rudes as their manager.
During the 2011/2012 season, the Former Croatian International achieved success by winning the Croatian Cup with Red Star Belgrade. Following the submission of his details, he is optimistic about being selected as the next Head Coach for the Black Stars of Ghana.