Surprise .. An Egyptian coach coaches the Ghana national team!
Al-Ahly and former Egyptian national team coach Hossam El-Badry has become a candidate to take over the Ghana national team, replacing Serbian Milovan Rajevic, who failed to fulfill the hopes of the Ghanaian fans after bidding farewell with the "Black Stars" to the African Nations Championship in the first round.
Egyptian press reports, quoting the Ghanaian "442gh" website, stated that Hossam El-Badri, who was sacked last September from coaching the Egyptian national team to take over the Portuguese Carlos Queiroz, is a strong candidate to return to the African spotlight and lead the Ghana national team in the decisive round of the World Cup qualifying qualifiers. The "Qatar 2022" finals, when Nigeria meet, home and away, next March.
The website indicated that the Ghanaian Football Association is seriously considering handing Hossam El-Badri to the national team, and the decision will be taken officially at its meeting soon.
Ghanaian football is close to the Egyptian performance in dealing with football technically, and the country has an abundance of skilled players who have prayed and toured in European stadiums, led by Michael Essien, Samuel Kufuor, Abedi Pele, Asamoah Gyan and others.
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