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Former Black Stars coach, Avram Grant says he is available for the Ghana job if given the opportunity again.
The former Chelsea gaffer said he missed Ghana and recounted the many memories.
Grant expressed his interest in the senior national team in an interview with Ghanaian journalist, Alexander Anyankwaa in Doha, Qatar at the ongoing World Athletics Championship.
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”I really miss Ghana and I want to re-unite with Ghana again if I am given the opportunity. I have so many memories about Ghana.”
“I love Ghana and ready to come back again,” he said.
He further applauded Kwesi Nyantakyi for his contribution to football in Ghana and Africa.
“I must say that Kwesi Nyantakyi did extremely well as the President of the Ghana Football Association but its quite unfortunate.”
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Avram Grant was coach of Ghana from 2014 to 2017, he was the last expat coach of the Black Stars before Kwesi Appiah took charge.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that it has seen old photos of Essien and Nadia proving that love is the sweetest thing in the world.
In the three photos, Essien was smartly dressed while Nadia’s beauty was not in doubt but she was slim at the time.
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