It is Time for me to coach the Black Stars- Ex Ghana legend Razak

Former Ghana International- Abdul Razak

Former Ghana international and Asante Kotoko legend, Abdul Razak says it is time for him to be handed the vacant Black Stars coach position.

The Ghana Football Association is currently in the market hunting for a new coach after Milovan Rajevac was sacked last week following Ghana's abysmal and shameful exit from the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations.

The four time African Champions failed to win any of their three games at the group stage finishing at the bottom of Group C with just a point after defeats to Morocco and Comoros and sharing the spoils with Gabon.

Razak says he is the ideal coach to lead the team although he has been ignored many times by the Football Assoication when he applies for the vacant job.

"This is the time for me. Always I put in my application whenever there's a vacancy but I have always been ignored”, he told local radio station, Happy FM.

He also revealed how his applications have been ignored in the past when he applied.

"I have seen your C.V and it's good compared to the other applicants. In coaching wise, playing-wise, I swear, you are ahead of all of them but coach, they won't give it to you". Razak revealed

"So I answered him and said I know but if I don't send it they'll one day tell me that I didn't apply yet they're all lies"

Abdul Razak won the AFCON with the Black Stars in 1978 and was named the African Best Player of the year later in that year. By the end of his career, he had amassed 70 caps for the Black Stars scoring mouthwatering 25 goal.


1. George Edward Ainsley - 1959/59
2. Adreas Sjolberg - 1959/62
3. Jozsef Ember -1962
4. Charles Kumi Gyamfi - 1963/65
5. Carlos Alberto Parreira - 1967
6. Karl- Heinz Mantzke -1968/70
7. Ben Koufie -1970/73
8. Nicolae "Nicusor" Dumitru -1973
9. Karl- Heinz Weigang- 1974/75
10. O.C Sampaio - 1977/78
11. Fred Osam Duodu - 1978/81
12. Charles Kumi Gyamfi- 1982/83
13. Emmanuel Kwasi Afranie - 1984
14. Herbert Addo - 1984
15. Rudolf Gutendorf -1986/87
16. Fred Osam Duodu -1988/89
17. Burkhard Ziese -1990/92
18. Otto Martin Pfister -1992/93
19. Fred Osam Duodu-1993
20. Lorgen Eric Larsen -1993/94
21. E.T Aggrey Fynn-1994
21. Peter Gavrila -1995
22. Ishmael Kurtz -1996
23. Sam Arday -1996/97
24. Marinus "Rinus" David Israel -1997/98
25. Giuseppe Dossena -1998/2000
26. Fred Osam Duodu-2000
27. Cecil Jones Attuquafio -2000
28. Fred Osam Duodu-2001/2002
29. Milan Zivadinovic -2002
30. Emmanuel Kwasi Afranie - 2002/2003
31. Burkhard Ziese - 2003
31. Ralf Christopher Bernard Zumdick -2003
32. Mariano Berreto -2003/2004
33. Sam Arday -2004
34. Ratomir Dujkovic -2004/2006
35. Claude Me Roy - 2006/2008
36. Sellas Bobo Tetteh Teivi -2008
37. Milovan Rajevac -2008/2010
38. James Kwasi Appiah - 2010/2011
39. Goran "Plavi" Stevanovic - 2011/2012
40. James Kwasi Appiah - 2012/2014
41. Maxwell Konadu - 2014
42. Avraham "Avram" Grant - 2014/2017
43. Maxwell Kunadu - 2017
44. James Kwasi Appiah- 2017/2020
45. Charles Kwabena Akonnor - 2020/2021
46. Milovan Rajevac - 2021


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