Dramani, Hayford and Tetteh to be considered for Black Satellites coaching job

The games’ governing body is in search of a new coach for the Under-20 side and the likes of Sellas Tetteh and Mas-Ud Dramani have come up
The Ghana Football Association is in need of a permanent coach for the Black Satellites as Maxwell Konadu, who qualified the team to next year's Africa Under-20 Youth Tournament  will be busy with the Black Stars.

“Luring Konadu who is the assistant coach of the Black Stars where the remuneration package is supremely attractive is out of the question for now,” George Afriyie, the chairman of the Black Satellites management team told Graphic Sports.

Goal.com Ghana understands the Black Stars will also be engaged seriously when the Africa U20 tournament in Morocco kicks off in March and that will make it impossible for the coach to focus as he will be assisting coach Kwesi Appiah to qualify Ghana for the Brazil 2014 World Cup.

Unconfirmed information reaching Goal.com has it that the GFA is seriously considering Asante Kotoko coach Mas-Ud Didi Dramani, Bashiru Hayford or Sellas Tetteh for the job.