Accra - Ghana Football Association (GFA) has denied talks with former Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi over the possible replacement of Kwesi Appiah as handler of the Black Stars, SoccerWay report.
Keshi, who’s contract was not renewed after coaching the Super Eagles on a pay-as-you-go basis in four 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier games, expressed interest in the vacant position in Ghana.
But GFA vice-president Fred Crentsil said three coaches have already been shortlisted and interviewed for the job, and Keshi was not part of the prospective coaches.
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Crentsil noted that the windows for application is closed after it was opened for a period of time.
Swiss coach Michel Pont, Spaniard Juan Ignacio Martinez and former Chelsea manager Avram Grant are reportedly the three men in contention for the Ghana role.
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