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Public Relations Officer of Ghana Premier League club, Aduana Stars, Evans Oppong says the club will appoint a new head coach before the end of December.
The Ghana Premier League champions have been without a substantive head coach for a few months since the departure of Japanese trainer, Kenichi Yatsuhashi.
Aduana Stars mutually parted ways with the Japanese trainer after he took charge of the club for two months.
According to the Public Relations Officer of the Dorma-based club, the club has opened talks with coaches and that a substantive one will be appointed at the end of December.
"We are talking to many coaches, some we meet them in person but those outside Ghana we speak to them through Skype so by the end of this month (December) we will name our coach," The Clubs PRO, Evans Oppong told Fox Sports.
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