The Technical Directorate of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has brokered a deal with three European clubs, namely: Borussia Dortmund, Darmstadt FC and TSG Hoffeinheim for attachment opportunities for Ghanaian coaches.
This follows deep engagements between the Technical Director, Bernhard Lippert, and the three German clubs in the last few months.
The arrangement will give national team coaches (male and female) and top coaches in the top tier League the opportunity to have practical stints with the clubs at different times to broaden their horizon and also equip them with the modern trends of the game.
A similar discussion is ongoing with Spanish La Liga club, Cadiz Football Club, with a formal announcement expected in the coming days.
The Technical Directorate of the GFA is seeking to improve the level of coaching at both club and national team levels to position Ghana football at the apex of world football.
Other top quality interventions will be enrolled in the not-too-distant future.
The Technical Directorate of the GFA is headed by former Eintracht Frankfurt manager, Bernhard Lippert, with support from the Director of Coaching Education, Professor Joseph Kwame Mintah, and other administrative staff.
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