- Grant has arrived back in Ghana to put his team in shape ahead of their AFCON qualifier with Mozambique
- GFA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi had ordered the Israeli to report in Ghana
- He returned to Ghana on Saturday
- Grant is expected to watch the game involving Inter Allies and Dreams FC
Black Stars coach Avram Grant has arrived back in Ghana to start preparation of the team towards its AFCON qualifiers that is scheduled to be played at the Accra sports stadium on the 24 March.
The coach had been criticised for spending too much of his time outside Ghana and not dedicating enough time to the local league as the AFCON qualifiers approaches.
Avram Grant returned to Accra on Saturday night following an order by Ghana’s FA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi to head back into the West African country.
Calls for the Israeli to show more commitment to Ghana has resurfaced strongly back home since last week as well meaning Ghanaians including MPs and sports analysts have added their voices to the cry for Grant to concentrate on the Ghana leagues, having stayed away for three months.
His agent, Saif Rubbie caught the headlines when he tweeted that the Black Stars coach was still working as he monitor the core of his team who are based in Europe.
The trainer is expected to be at the Tema stadium to watch the third week encounter of the league match involving Inter Allies versus Dreams FC.