Praye Tietia Calls For The Appointment Of Ghanaian-Born Aston Villa Coach For Black Stars

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Ghanaian musician Steven Fiawoo who is popularly known as Praye Tietia is calling on Ghana’s football managing bodies to look within the country as they search for a new coach to replace Milovan Rajevac.

Rajevac was sacked last week Friday following the abysmal performance of the Black Stars at the ongoing African Cup of Nations at Cameroon.

The country is now in search of a coach to replace the Serbian manager whose second team with the senior national team ended abruptly.

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Praye Tietia is calling on the GFA to appoint Ghanaian -born Dutch international, George Boateng.

In an Instagram post, the singer gave reasons why the GFA should consider the coach citing his experience in the Malaysian and in England.

Praye wrote: “I think the time is ripe for us to give one of our own the chance to lead our national team and this time I mean someone with that international training and experience that we always seek and go in for but the difference this time around is, he’s one of our own. A Ghanaian born Dutch international @george1boateng who was the head coach of KELANTAN fc in the Malaysian league before currently coaching Aston villa second team in England. If countries like Nigeria, Senegal and Co are doing it why can’t we?

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