Ghana national team coach Avram Grant is back in the country after over staying his leave of office handed him in December 2015.
The Israeli returned to Accra Saturday night after several back and forth with his employers, the Ghana Football Association.
The latter, in a letter leaked to the local media, ordered Grant to fly back to the country in earnest in order to have the chance to scout players in the Ghana Premier League before announcing his squad for the Afcon 2017 double header with Mozambique later this month.
According to the Ghana FA official twitter account, the former Chelsea boss will be witnessing his first game of the 2015/16 Ghana Premier League at the Tema Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Ghana coach Avram Grant arrived in Accra last night. He will watch @ghana_league match between Inter Allies and Dreams FC in Tema today.
— Ghana FA (@ghanafaofficial) March 6, 2016
Avram Grant left Ghana for his leave in December and was expected to return to Accra after New Year’s Day. He however overstayed by an extra two months claiming to be on a national team player scouting mission.