Industrious Egypt-based Ghanaian coach Dauda Jawara has been rewarded for his hardwork with an appointment as the Deputy Technical Director of Fame Academies in Cairo.
The Ghanaian who has been applauded for his hard work and is trusted for his seriousness towards his job will be in charge of all the eight branches of the academy across Cairo.
Jawara, popularly known as Giovanni Trapatoni, will still hold his position as the head coach of the Real Madrid Academy in Cairo, despite his latest appointment.
Trapatoni who has been a great asset for Ghanaians and Ghanaian club that travel to Egypt for football events will be in charge of designing and developing strategic plans for the development of U9, U13, U15 and U17 sides.
Fame Academies, controlled by former Egyptian stars Wael Gomaa and Hazem Emam, is a mother body of several academies including Fox Academy and Real Madrid Academy.
Trapatoni has been practicing his coaching in Egypt for the past nine years with a respectable signature in the development of you g talents.
He was overly helpful to the Black Stars, Ghana officials, journalists and supporters during the 2019 AFCON.