Ex-Ghana goalkeeper Edward Ansah has been appointed head coach of Indian club Churchill Brothers FC.
The former Dreams FC and Hearts of Oak goalkeepers trainer returned to his Churchill Brothers where he previously had stints with them.
Ansah will be the manager of the side for the upcoming season.
The Goa-based side announced on Thursday:
”Former Ghana goalkeeper’s coach Edward Ansah has joined Indian side Churchill Brothers FC as the substantive manager.
“We from the entire Churchill Brothers family are very glad to announce him as our new manager for the upcoming season.,” the club announced.
Ansah played five seasons for Churchill Brothers between 1999 and 2004.
In 2003, he missed out winning the National Football League on the final day of competition to Mohun Bagan.