The Ghana Football Association will reportedly name former Accra Hearts of Oak gaffer, Samuel Boadu as the head coach for the U-20 national team.
The former GPL winner has been strongly linked with the role in few hours as possible replacement for Karim Zito.
According to reports, GFA have now decided on Samuel Boadu as their next manager for the Black Satellites, with the football governing body preparing to ‘finalise the appointment’ of the ex-Phobian early next year.
Samuel delivered five titles for Hearts of Oak in two seasons before his exit month ago.
Boadu is currently without any club. He was selected among the three local coaches to assist the Black Stars technical team in Qatar for the World Cup.
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