Tetteh calls for patience

NEW Amavubi coach Sellas Tetteh has asked for time before delivering the goods on the football field.Tetteh, who led Ghana to last year’s Under-20 World Cup, was unveiled to the local press yesterday at Amahoro Stadium after agreeing a two-year contract. On top of his Amavubi duties (guiding the team to the 2012 Nations Cup), Tetteh has also been tasked to lead the U-20 side (Junior Wasps) to the Fifa Youth World Cup and the U-23 side to the 2012 London Olympic Games.

NEW Amavubi coach Sellas Tetteh has asked for time before delivering the goods on the football field.
Tetteh, who led Ghana to last year’s Under-20 World Cup, was unveiled to the local press yesterday at Amahoro Stadium after agreeing a two-year contract.

On top of his Amavubi duties (guiding the team to the 2012 Nations Cup), Tetteh has also been tasked to lead the U-20 side (Junior Wasps) to the Fifa Youth World Cup and the U-23 side to the 2012 London Olympic Games.

“He will also guide the national team to next year’s All Africa Games and Championship of African Nations finals (CHAN) which will be held in Sudan,” Karabaranga said.
“The expectations are high but we need to be a little bit patient if we are to achieve the set goals.”

“There is a lot of work to do and we need to pray to God that he guide us to achieve the set goals,” the calm Ghanaian said.

Tetteh will be assisted by Eric Nshimiyimana who has been the team’s caretaker coach since November when Branko Tucak was sacked following Rwanda’s failure to qualify for the 2010 Africa Nations Cup in Angola.

Tetteh starts work on March 1.

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