27th October, 2014
Ex-Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has expressed interest in the vacant Ghana coaching job.
The Ghana Football Association has already short-listed and interviewed three European coaches for the vacancy.
But Keshi wants to gate-crash the process and land his dream job after being axed by the Nigeria Football Federation this month.
The 52-year-old told Accra-based Happy FM on Monday: “Yes, I would like to coach the Black Stars. It will be a dream come true.
“Ghana is one of the biggest teams in Africa and I will be very happy to have the chance to coach Ghana.
“Ghana is like home and I have a lot of respect for Ghanaian players.
“Ghana is different from any other African country and I am ready to come and coach the Black Stars.”
Keshi led Nigeria to win the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations and guided them to reach the round 16 at the 2014 World Cup finals.