Former Hearts of Oak head coach Samuel Boadu has been appointed as the new coach of the Black Satellites, the Ghana Football Association has confirmed.
Boadu will take over the team from Abdul Karim Zito who led the Ghana U-20 side to glory in Mauritania in 2021 as they won the CAF U-20 Africa Cup of Nations.
Boadu prior to his sacking at Hearts had led the Phobians to the Premier League title and MTN FA Cup titles in the 2020/21 season.
Boadu will be assisted by Desmond Offei who holds a UEFA A Licensed Certificate with Salifu Fatawu, a former Tanga and Swedru All Blacks gaffer also serving as a second assistant.
As part of the technical team, former Black Stars goalkeeper, Fatawu Dauda will serve as the goalkeeper’s trainer.
The newly-appointed team will be tasked with leading the Black Satellites to the 2023 African Games, which is scheduled for August in Accra next year.