Black Stars ‘B’ trainer, Ibrahim Tanko is the latest casualty as the Ghana Football Association continues its national teams coaching reshuffles.
The former Ghana and Dortmund striker has been relieved of his role as head coach for the home-based senior national team some 15 months after assuming the post.
Tanko supervised the Black Stars ‘B’ for just a game during the period – last month’s international friendly defeat to Uzbekistan.
His place is now taken over by the experienced Daniel Annor Walker who has led Great Olympics to exploits in the ongoing 2020/21 Ghana Premier League.
Annor Walker is a Caf License A holder. He led Nania FC to win the MTN FA cup in 2011 after beating Asante Kotoko 1-0 in the final at the Accra Sports Stadium.
He again played a key role in Berekum Chelsea’s campaign in the 2012 Caf Champions League when the team qualified to play in the group stages of the competition in their maiden campaign.
Annor Walker previously coached Tudu Mighty Jets and Kpando Heart of Lions.
Tanko leaves with his two assistants Prince Owusu and Godwin Attram.
WAFA SC head coach Dr. Prosper Nartey Ogum has been appointed the new assistant coach while former International Richard Kingston comes on board as goalkeepers’ coach, replacing Joseph Akeem Anyagre.
New-look Black Stars B Technical team:
Daniel Annor Walker – Head Coach
Prosper Nartey Ogun – Assistant Coach
Richard Kingson – Goalkeepers’ Trainer
Prince Pambo – Team Doctor
Edmund Ackah – Welfare
Emmanuel Armah – Physical Trainer
Abdulai Osman – Masseur
Justice Kofi Mensah – Equipment Officer
Haruna Seidu – Equipment Officer