Sportsworldghana.com can confirm that two Swiss managers Raoul Savoy and Bernard Challandes have slapped in their CVs to be considered for the vacant Ghana coaching Job.
The two expatriates coaches have applied for the Black Stars post after the FA announced their search for a new trainer.
The Ghana job became vacant after Israeli Avram Grant announced his departure earlier this month after returning from the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations.
Savoy,43 , with so much experience in African continent have had stints with Swaziland, Gambia,Ethiopia and Central African Republic national teams and also managed several clubs in Cameroon ,Algeria, Morocco .
The Former FC Sion Manager speaks fluently English, Italian, French, Spanish and German. He also understands Arabic language.
Challandes, former Switzerland U-21 coach is jobless since he resigned as coach of the Armenia National team in 2015.
The 55-year-old, has managed top clubs in Swiss including FC Zürich, Servette, Young Boys and FC Sion
The Ghana FA has insisted it’s not in a hurry to appoint a new man to take charge of the national team.