Reports reaching GhanaMansports.com have it that former Asante Kotoko head coach, Talat Uzum has submitted an application to the Ghana Football Association for the vacant Black Stars job.
Avram Grant reign as the head coach of the senior national team of Ghana came to an end yesterday with the Executive committee of the GFA meeting to discuss ways to get the team a new coach before Ghana plays their 2019 nation’s cup qualifier in June. The decision taken by the GFA Exco committee was to sought for applications and also headhunt for the next head coach of Ghana. A six member commitee chaired by the GFA President, Kwasi Nyantakyi has been tasked to do that job of finding the Black Stars coach.
In view of this, Turk Talat Uzum who replaced late E.K Afranie in the mid 2000 is ready to replace Avram Grant after filing his application and resume for the job.
Talat Uzum is convinced of having the expertise to end Ghana’s 35 year’s wait for the African Cup of Nation trophy and also qualifies Ghana to the 2018 World Cup which seems bleak after the first two round of games in the qualifiers. He is expected to be added to the tall list of applicants for the job as Marcel Desailly, Herve Renard among others are tipped to secure the job.
Talat Uzum who distinguished himself as a player during his playing days at FC Cologne and Karlsruher in the German Bundesliga and as a coach when he managed Turkish giants,Besiktas, the youth teams of FC Cologne and Kaiserslautern and Real Tamale United has the requisite skills and abilities to land the vacant job.