German coach Jurgen Kohler applies for vacant Black Stars job


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Jurgen Kohler, a German coach, has applied to be considered for the coaching position of Black Stars.

Jurgen Kohler, a German coach, applies for a position with the Black Stars.
The 1990 FIFA World Cup winner reportedly applied for the position following discussions with the Ghana Football Association (GFA), according to Joy Sports.

The GFA-established committee of five people is rumoured to have contacted Kohler in an attempt to find Ghana’s next head coach.

The 58-year-old is rumoured to have applied after speaking with GFA vice president Mark Addo about the position.

After their terrible AFCON 2023 campaign, Chris Hughton was fired, leaving the Black Stars without a coach at the moment.

According to a GFA statement, the next Ghanaian coach needs to fulfil a number of requirements, such as having a winning track record and a philosophy of football that is in line with Ghanaian football culture.

Jurgen Kohler, a German coach, applies for a position with the Black Stars.
Along with having over 15 years of coaching experience, the highest football licence in the world, and a history of team rebuilding, organisation, and developing young talent are also requirements.

Although Kohler has been coaching since the early 2000s, the majority of his managerial experience has been at the lower levels.

In 2019, he took on the role of interim manager for German third-division team Viktoria Koln.

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