Former head coach of the Pharaohs of Egypt Hector Cuper is interested in the vacant coaching job of the Black Stars, his agent has confirmed.
Alejandro Camanõ confirmed in an interview with footballmadeinghana.com that his client is ready to take over the Ghana coaching job if approached.
“Cuper is unoccupied now. He will be ready to coach Ghana if given the opportunity,” Camanõ told footballmadeinghana.com
Cuper who qualified Egypt to their last World Cup in 2018 after they missed out since 1990 is unattached, making him perfectly available for the Ghana post.
According to Camanõ, Cuper sees Ghana as a country with great talent capable of achieving many laurels when handed the job.
“Ghana is a strong team and a great country that can undertake a huge project and achieve many glories.
“Mr. Cuper is full of ambitions and dreams. He is always working like that and lives the dream of every nation as he did in Egypt,” Camanõ explained.
Cuper also masterminded Egypt’s journey to the finals of the AFCON in 2019 which they lost to Cameroon in Gabon.
“Mr. Cuper also likes the slogan of the new President of the Ghana FA #BringBackTheLove,” he added.
The 64-year old Argentine manager is an experienced manager who has handled many clubs including Parma, Inter Milan, Valencia, Real Mallorca, Real Betis and many others.
He has also handled many national teams including Georgia and Uzbekistan.
The Ghana Black Stars coaching job has been vacant following the decision of the Ghana Football Association to dissolve all national teams a fortnight ago.