Ex-Egypt Coach Interested In Ghana Job

Ex-Egypt Coach Interested In Ghana Job

Former Egypt head coach Hossam El-Badry is keen to manage the Black Stars of Ghana.

Ghana are looking for a new coach after sacking Serbian Milovan Rajevac following the Black Stars disappointing showing at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.


The West Africans failed to record a win in the competition, with two defeats and one draw from three games.

They started their campaign with a 1-0 defeat to Morocco, before being held to a draw against Gabon and finally lost 3-2 to first-timers Comoros.

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The Ghana Football Association (GFA) are, therefore, on the lookout for a new head coach to take charge of the team before their playoff matches in the World Cup qualifiers against Nigeria this March.

According to 442gh.com, Hossam El-Badry contacted his partners in Ghana, asking them to inform the GFA of his interest.

The 61-year-old was appointed as Egypt coach in 2019 after the dismissal of Javier Aguirre. And despite going unbeaten in his 10 games in charge [six wins and four draws], El-Badry was sacked last October due to the team’s poor performance.

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  • MONKEY POST 4 months ago

    Ghana if you know you want a purposeful and result oriented football please go all out for GENERAL ROHR. And you won’t regret it.

    • @MONKEY POST hahaha Be like say you dey use style to Jonce Ghana Lol!!!!.

      Please I agree Ghana Go For Rohr that one be say we don dey Qatar already!!

      • MONKEY POST 4 months ago

        LMFAO! Sorry for you.. you don’t want Ghana to hire someone that gat something to proove. Somebody who would want to take his pound of flesh..

        And I trust my GENERAL. If hired, him no go send. He will just use his anywhere belle face football win Nigeria one zero for Ghana and then play nil nil in Nigeria. LMFAO!! I guess that is the boring football and scorline you guys don’t like that made you guys to sack him.. LMAO! But trust me,football is all about trophies. That’s what you’re hired for and that is what players leave their clubs from far and near for. Not to come and waste their time with some tiki taka bullshit and then end up with nothing. LMFAO!!

  • Unlike most people, I’m not pained by this Afcon ouster – which is in sharp contrast to the gloom I feel for even an SE friendly match loss. Let’s check all the angles and note some interesting perspectives.

    1. The Eagles played such fluid and exciting football that raised eyebrows worldwide and made soccer pundits from ESPN, Sky Sports, BEin Sport to SuperSport rate them as the number 1 favourite for the trophy. It was a clear and welcome departure from the drab, colourless and laborious plays of the recent past with little or no outcome, But you know what they say, the first is not always the best. Luck is always a factor.

    2. I have watched all teams in these Afcon. Some good teams, but none (except maybe Cote D’Ivoire) comes close to the potential of this team (Note I said ‘Potential’ – ability. Sometimes you can play short of your potential).

    3. Despite not being at their full strength (Just about 85%) compared to other teams, the SE and the coach were voted the best in the group stage. Now, imagine when the team is overhauled and injected with dynamites like Osimhen, Lookman, Dennis, Adeleye, Ejaria etc. We need to throw competition for the goalkeeping slot open. I also expect NFF to organise at least 2 friendlies between now and March

    4. As it is, Paseiro will likely take charge of the WCQ playoff against Ghana, which is about 2 whole months away. Eguavoen (the Afcon group stage best coach) – in his capacity as Technical Director – will be putting heads together with a new coach desperate to make a statement and surpass the fluid and exciting play of the SE at Afcon. The combo should be explosive with new and old player injections.

    5. NFF should please speed up Lookman’s ongoing switch, so he and Simon can man the wings while Osimhen is the point man with Iheanacho picking up the second balls behind him. Imagine. It’s smoking red hot for any defence, isn’t it?

    6. As for Ghana, I am very confident SE qualification will start from Accra or Kumasi with a great result – a 2-1 win. I have a strong hunch about it and they’re rarely wrong. just like I had for the Tunisian game even though I tried to wish it away.

  • MONKEY POST 4 months ago

    LMFAO! You guys haven’t still learn one or two lessons. LMAO! Una don start.. na so over confidence kill una against second division Tunisian team led by an apprentice coach. Hahahahaha