Former Black Stars defender and Kaizer Chiefs assistant coach has said he is not ready to coach any team in the Ghana Premier League.

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John Paintsil who is now back in Ghana working with a Division 2 side Soccer Vision Explorers said he has no interest in coaching in the Ghana Premier League.

“I am in charge of Soccer Vision Explorers Academy as a head coach. We are still building the team and we are in second division,” he said.

“I have been there for a month and so far so good things are going on well. “I have something that I am doing and I am not looking forward to work with any club yet.

The ex-footballer who gained some wealth of experience by playing for West Ham and Fulham in the English Premier League played in South Africa at the twilight of his career. He looks forward to imparting that experience into the young ones at his club

“I am just happy with whatever I have learnt in Europe and giving back to African boys who want to learn in order to get far,” he added.

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John Painstil had 89 caps for the Ghana Black Stars in an international career which lasted from 2001 to 2013.