Willy Sagnol still in the running to become the coach of Ghana

The former coach of the Girondins is opposed to the German Winfried Schäfer and the Ghanaian James Kwesi Appiah to get the job.
As we announced it more than a month ago, the Frenchman Willy Sagnol is still in a short shortlist to become the coach of Ghana. The former coach of the Girondins is competing with German winner Winfried Schäfer and Ghanaian James Kwasi Appiah, the three having emerged from a list of 132 names including French Patrice Carteron, Englishman Harry Redknapp, Italian Fabrizio Ravanelli But also the former glory of Ghanaian football Karim Abdul Razak Tanko.

The auditions of the three finalists start Friday and the name of the new coach of the “Black Stars” will be known in the first fortnight of April. Ghana have had no coach since the departure of Israeli Avram Grant in February after CAN 2017, which the Black Stars finished in fourth place