Ghana U20 World Cup winning coach, Sellas Tetteh has popped up among names being considered for Lesotho national team head coach job, Sportsworldghana.com have been informed.
The former Ghana U20 tactician is among seven other coaches who are being considered for the Crocodiles vacant coaching position.
The Crocodiles have been without head coach since Thabo Senong resigned in June 2021 after failing to win a single game since he was appointed in 2019.
The former Liberty professional manager is set to face a five-member panel for interview on Sunday, February 6, 2022 through videoconferencing.
Tetteh, 65 with one FIFA U20 World Cup trophy has previously managed the national teams of Rwanda and Sierra Leone respectively.