Ghana Premier League giants, Medeama Sporting Club are reportedly involved in talks with Steve Pollack and Annor Walker for coaching role at the club next season.
The Tarkwa-based outfit are on the search for a long term replacement for former coach Samuel Boadu, who left the club mid season to join Accra Hearts of Oak, eventually leading them to win the title.
Since his departure, Yaw Preko has been in charge of the club with his performances not entirely convincing as the club would have wished for.
However, Silver FM Sports monitored by Sportsworldghan.com suggest the club have identified Pollack and Annor Walker as possible targets for next season.
Pollack has previously enjoyed stints in Ghana having been in the dugouts for Kumasi Asante Kotoko in the Ghana Premier League while also leading them to FA triumph in 2017.
The Englishman also took charge of Berekum Chelsea during his time in Ghana.
Coach Annor Walker has been in charge of Great Olympics for sometime now, leading the club to what looks like a very fruitful season for the first time in a long while.
Though there are no signs the Olympics head coach will desert his role in the technical bench of the Dade Boys, Medeama are hopeful their offer will be enticing enough to convince him.
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