Sellas Tetteh has been revealed as the new Ghana women’s national team coach, the GFA confirmed Monday night.
The experienced coach takes over the job after the departure of Mas-Ud Dramani.
Tetteh, 61, is expected to be tasked with guiding the Black Queens to win the 2018 Women’s Afcon to be hosted by Ghana later in November – that feat automatically seals a place at the Fifa Women’s World Cup France 2019.
Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo remains the assistant coach of the Black Queens.
Coach Tetteh is expected to immediately join the Black Queens at their Prampram camp where they are preparing for next month’s Wafu Women’s Championship.
Meanwhile, starrsportsgh.com can reveal that Black Princesses quartet Princella Adubea, Grace Asantewaa, Philicity Assuako and Gladys Amfobea joined the senior national women’s team camp on Monday.