There are different school of thoughts regarding who contributes the most to a team’s success. Is it coaches, players or management?
This question is left unanswered because there divergent opinions on the matter
The Ghana Football Association (GFA) in it’s quest to recognise the impact of coaches in the game has instituted an award scheme for the best coach ahead of the 2020/2021 Ghana premier League (GPL).
“Coaches of the two top clubs at the end of the Premier League season will go on coaching attachment outside the shores of Ghana. Same will be applicable to the national Division One League, the top Coach in each of the three zones would also go on attachment outside the shores of Ghana. And for the Women’s Premier League, the top Coach in each of the two zones will also undertake an attachment to enhance their capacity outside the shores of Ghana” President Okraku added
The Ghana Premier League which was first played in the 1993/1994 has over the years produced great technical brains who have been able to decide the out of games.
Only four coaches have won the competition more than once: Jones Attoquayefio-5 times, Herbert Addo-2, Masud Didi Dramani-2 and Bashir Hayford.
With the exception of Maxwell Konadu none of the coaches that will be in the dugout for the 18 Ghana Premier League clubs has ever won the competition.
The 2021 Ghana Premier League was launched on Thursday 5th November, 2020.
The season kicks off on Saturday 14th November with former champions Aduana Stars taking on Accra Hearts of Oak in the season’s opener.
Below is the list of coaches that will handle the 18 clubs for the upcoming Ghana Premier League
1. Edward Nii Odoom – Hearts Of Oak
2. Maxwell Konadu – Asante Kotoko
3. Samuel Boadu – Medeama Sc
4. Milovan Cirkovic – Ashgold
5. Paa Kwesi Fabian – Aduana Stars
6. Michael Hesse Odamtten – B. Chelsea
7. Henrik Peters Lehm – Inter Allies
8. Ernest Danso – Bechem United
9. Wilfred Dormon – Dreams FC
10. Evans Adotey – Karela United
11. Prosper Nartey Ogum – WAFA
12. Goran Barjaktarevic – Legon Cities
13. Yaw Acheampong – Elmina Sharks
14. Ernest Thompson – Ebusua Dwarfs
15. Annor Walker – Great Olympics
16. Slaviša Bozicic- King Faisal
17. Ignatius Osei Fosu – 11 Wonders
18. David Ocloo – Liberty Professionals
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