Ghana Premier League side Liberty Professional have appointed former Ghana U20 trainer Sellas Tetteh as the substantive head Coach of the side, Ghanasportsonline.com can confirm. The experienced Ghanaian tactician takes charge as the head Coach of the side having previously been named as the Technical Director for the Club. Tetteh replaces George Lamptey who quit his job on personal reasons. The former Black Stars assistant Coach is expected to steer the Club to a respectable position on the League table next season after narrowly escaping relegation last season. The Coach returned from a short spell with the Sierra Leonean National team where he almost qualified them to the Cup of Nations tournament but for a 2-1 away defeat to Cote d’ Ivoire. The former Rwanda National team Coach made history after becoming the first Coach to lead an Africa team to win the FIFA U20 World Cup when he chalked the success in 2009 with the Black Satellites team.
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