Ghana legend Ntow Gyan is backing the idea of appointing Chris Hughton as coach of the Black Stars.
The Black Stars is currently without a substantive trainer following the resignation of Otto Addo after the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
The Ghana FA has been in the haunt for a new trainer for the West African powerhouse ahead of the start of the 2024 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers in March.
Despite the team’s failure in Qatar, Gyan, who is a CAF license A holder has clamored for the appointment of the former Brighton manager as new Black Stars coach.
“We should give the job to Chris Hughton because we need a coach who can manage the players. To me, Chris Hughton and the entire technical team at the moment are the best. We should maintain them than to go in for a different coach to handle the Black Stars”
Chris Hughton served as the technical advisor of the Black Stars during the World Cup playoff against Nigeria and the tournament proper in the Asian country.