Chris Hughton, the newly-appointed head coach of the Black Stars, is expected to arrive in Ghana this week to begin his job with a double header Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Angola on March 23 in Kumasi.
Hughton, who replaced Otto Addo, plans to make some changes in the technical team by recommending key additions to his backroom staff, such as a new goalkeepers’ trainer and video analysts to boost the team’s preparation for matches.
According to sources close to the Ghana Football Association (GFA), a meeting between Hughton and the GFA hierarchy will finalize the proposals, which could leave uncertainty over the future of Richard Kingson as the team’s goalkeepers’ trainer.
Ameenu Shadow, the General Manager of Dreams FC, is expected to take over as the team manager ahead of Ghana’s game at the Baba Yara Stadium.
The GFA officials have not made any official comments regarding the matter and are expected to address it during Hughton’s unveiling in Kumasi.