Mena eyes future Black Stars job

 

Admirals FC deputy coach Mena Adel Sadek is looking forward to coach the Black Stars of Ghana in future.

The budding Egyptian trainer has been instrumental in the United Arab Emirates Amateur League where he has guided Dubai-based Admirals FC to the league title.

Mena, 31 hinted that he will like to coach Ghana Black Stars one day as he aims to get to the top.

“I have been following Ghana football for long and I love the Ghanaian game. My manager who brought me here(UAE) is former Black Stars striker Baba Armando who is also now the club’s sporting director,” Mena told footballmadeinghana.com

“It has been great winning the title here and I am building my CV as I move to higher heights in the game. I want to be the best coach in the world one day. I have Ghanaian players in my team and working with them has been nice.”

“One day I want to coach the Black Stars of Ghana.” He added.

A Bachelor of Arts (Sociology) Graduate from the University of El Minya in Egypt, the young tactician also holds Football Coaching License C from the Asian Football Confederation and License D from the UAE Football Association.

He previously handled a team in the World Special Olympics in Abu Dhabi.

 

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