I am ready for Technical Director job – Kuuku Dadzie

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Kuuku Dadzie

Former Ghana defender James Kuuku Dadzie has expressed interest in the position of the Technical Director for the Ghana Football Association (GFA).

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The Technical Director position of the Ghana Football Association has whetted the appetite of many local Ghanaian coaches.

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) recently announced that long-serving Technical Director, Mr. Francis Oti Akenteng will be vacating the position when his contract expires at the end of March 2020.

As a result, the Ghana Football Association has began a search for qualified, proactive and result-oriented replacement with the ability to work in cross-divisional teams to lead its Technical Department.

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However, former Black Stars captain Kuuku Dadzie has announced that he has what it takes to be the Technical Director for the GFA. He made this revelation during a telephone conversation with Professor Kwasi Wolanyo Wallace on Sport nite at Asempa FM.

He mentioned that he is qualified to head the Technical Directorate of the GFA because he have gone through the mill.

He stated that during Ben Kofi’s Five (5) years development programme, Mr. Francis Oti Akenteng , the late Frederick Osam-Duodu, late Emmanuel Kwasi Afranie and himself Kuuku Dadzei toured the whole Country, putting structures in places to come out with a successful plan.

“I believe that if I am part of the Technical Directorate, I can impact my knowledge acquired to help the directorate so that Ghana football will develop”.

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When asked if he has problem with this current administration, he said; “I don’t have crush with anybody; they know my capabilities and how I have contributed to Ghana football. I have coached players the likes of Michael Essien, Asamoah Gyan and most of the national team players and coached national teams like the Black Queens, Black Princesses, the male U17 and U23 team”, he added.

Brent Kojo Amenuvor.

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