Former Ghana international Godwin Attram says he has the capability of coaching any Ghanaian national team.
Godwin Attram, a former Accra Great Olympics coach, says that he has the needed credentials as a coach to manage any club side or national team.
He says that he has been in the system for a long, was at one time playing abroad where he used to organize matches for professional players. He stressed that even though he was young at the time, all the big players came to play under him because they want to keep their fitness levels up to scratch during the off-season.
This he believes coupled with his vast footballing experience both as a payer and coach has prepared him to handle any club side or national team.
Ghana is currently on the hunt for a substantive head coach for its senior national men’s football team following the exit of Otto Addo last December.
Godwin Attram featured ten times and scored a goal for the Black Stars from 1997 to 2006.