United Kingdom-based Ghanaian coach Kofi Koranteng believes Sellas Tetteh would excel as a scout for the Black Stars at the 2019 AFCON.
Tetteh, the only coach to lead an African side to glory at the U20 World Cup since its inception, has been appointed alongside former Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko coach David Duncan as well Mas-U Dramani to scout on Ghana opponents for the Egypt event.
The West African powerhouse has been in the hunt for the 5th AFCON title but the trophy has eluded them since for the last 37 years.
Ghana coach James Kwasi Appiah has been tasked to deliver the trophy with the Ghanaian government declaring their backing for the former Ghana captain.
Details are unknown when Tetteh and his two other counterparts are to commence work but Koranteng already believes Tetteh has the qualities to deliver a good job for Ghana.
Speaking in an interview with Asempa FM, Coach Koranteng said” I am very sure Sellas Tetteh will do a very good scouting job for Ghana at this year’s AFCON,” he declared.
“I don’t really know the other two coaches who will be working with him very well but I Know Sellas so well and his coaching credentials can’t be doubted on underestimated. I think he will offer good services to the technical team that will engineer their success at the tournament to make the entire country happy,” he said.
“I think Kwasi Appiah did well by asking Sellas Tetteh to be part of the coaches who will be scouting for him at the tournament, his experience I strongly believe will be of good help to the country in our quest to end the 37 years trophy drought,” he concluded.