This follows the sacking of Black Stars coach CK Akonnor by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) on Monday.
Black Stars: Samuel Boadu’s time will come – Randy Abbey
Randy Abbey, a member of the committee set up to find a new Black Stars coach, has all but ruled Samuel Boadu out of consideration.
The 47-year-old and his two assistants, David Duncan and Patrick Greveraars, were all fired after Ghana’s poor start to the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.
The GFA subsequently named a three-member committee made up of its Vice President Mark Addo, Upper East Regional Football Association Chairman, Alhaji Salifu Zida and Randy Abbey to find the next national team coach within the next 72 hours.
During Tuesday’s edition of Good Morning Ghana, a viewer tested to clamour for the appointment of Samuel Boadu as the Black Stars coach.
However, reacting to the text, Randy Abbey, who hosts the programme, all but ruled out the Hearts of Oak boss.
“His (Samuel Boadu) time will come,” the GFA Executive Council member said, as quoted by Ghanaweb.
Boadu is currently one of the highly-rated managers in Ghana, having won the league and FA Cup double with Hearts of Oak last season.
The 35-year-old has previously revealed his interest in the national team job after insisting the Black Stars was "not bigger" than him.
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