The experienced Ghanaian trainer wants an opportunity to head the Ghana National team after spells with several local Clubs.
Hayford’s National team experience only came when he led the Black Princesses team at the 2014 FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup in Canada.
The former Kotoko and Power FC Coach insist he is capable of handling the Black Stars team.
“If your wife is not beautiful ,be honest and tell the world ,don't say she is very nice knowing otherwise,” he spoke to Kumasi-based Radio station Angel FM
“The simplest team to coach now is the senior national team the Blackstars of Ghana . You don't need to teach players how to control ,pass etc .
“ I can do this job with ease but the authorities will not give me .Am ready to coach the Blackstars.”
Former Kotoko Coach Abdul Razak is reported to be the only local Coach who have applied for the role as the Black Stars Coach.