According to reports reaching footballghana.com, former Hearts of Oak Coach Yaw Preko has been appointed to take charge of Ghana’s u-20 side.
The team has been without a coach since failing to qualify for the 2019 CAF U20 Cup of Nations.
Reports suggests that the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Normalization Committee (NC) has decided to give the job to the former Anderlecht star. He will be assisted by assistant coach of EurAfrica Calcio Academy, George Lamptey.
Yaw Preko has loads of experience under his belt having worked under some of the top coaches in the country whiles working with Hearts of Oak and Inter Allies on the local front.
He was recently with Nigerian side Ifeanyi Ubah FC where he led them to win the domestic cup.
The gaffer also worked with the national youth team as assistant to Sellas Tetteh at the 2013 FIFA U20 World Cup in Turkey.