Sports News of Fri, 21 Apr 20178

Damba ready to work as Black Stars Goalkeepers trainer

Former Accra Hearts of Oak trainer Abubakur Damba says he’s ready to work with re-appointed Black Stars coach Kwesi Appiah as Goalkeepers trainer if his services are needed.

According to him his experience and knowledge in the game makes him favorite for to assume the ”high” position.

His comment comes barely few hours after Majority leader in Parliament Hon. Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu recommended him to Kwesi Appiah to occupy the Black Stars Goalkeepers trainer position in an interview with Kessben TV.

However speaking on Abusua Sports Arena hosted by Kofi Larbi [governor] on Abusua 96.5 FM the veteran coach said.

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‘’Coaching is my profession and that is what I do and I think when it comes to experience I have the track-record proven and also I am quiet qualified to assume such responsibility so if it happens that I am called upon to come and work with Kwesi Appiah and take the Black Stars to another level I think I will humbly accept it will all your support and players.”

When asked what he intends to do to strengthen the Black Star Goalkeeping department when finally appointed as the next Goalkeepers trainer Damba replied.

”We need to understand that even if I am named as the next Goalkeepers trainer I will be work under Kwesi Appiah and I believe he has his philosophy, program expectation and targets so I am very sure we will have deliberation to it and spell out the directions he wants to go at the various department then discuss it and work together as a team”.

The former Ghana international was sacked as the goalkeepers’ trainer of the Black Meteors for his involvement in an alleged match fixing ten years ago.

The goalkeepers’ trainer, prior to Ghana’s international friendly against Iran in Tehran was axed from camp by the management board after some players of the team had reported his alleged cash proposal to them to play a game of convenience.

However that claim was realised to be untrue as the source of the money was traced to betting syndicates.

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