The Israeli trainer topped the GFA's list after a panel interviewed
three shortlisted coaches including Juan Ignacio Martínez Jimenez and
former Switzerland assistant coach Michel Pont.
The GFA held positive talks with the Israeli trainer on Thursday in
Accra over his remuneration.
"To a very large extent we have reached an agreement with him on all
the issues because we had to discuss the details of the contract,"
said Ghana FA president Kwasi Nyantakyi
"Issues that we would like to see in the contract and this include but
not limited to benchmarking, remuneration, benefits due him in terms
of leave and budget that will be made available for him to do his work
and what we want to see of him.
we talked about benchmarks such as the Africa cup of Nations and
ensuring that we develop a team for the present and the future, how to
scout and monitor new players, he seems to have a good database on
Ghanaian players, he appears to be a good motivational personality, he
is more of a motivator and somebody who can manage the egos and the
expectation of our players."