Former Head Coach of Accra of Hearts of Oak, Kim Grant has expressed his interest in the vacant Black Stars managerial job.
The Black Stars are currently without a head coach following the departure of Otto Addo after the team’s exit from the group stages of the 2022 World Cup which was played in Qatar and was won by Argentina.
Since the departure of Otto Addo, a plethora of managers including former Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel have been linked to the job.
Speaking in an interview with Oyerepa FM, Kim Grant was quizzed if he has interest in the vacant role, the former Hearts of Oak gaffer said:
“Of course I will be interested, who will not be interested in coaching his national team. I was born in Ghana, speak the language and understand the mentality,” he told Kumasi-based Oyerepa FM.
“I’ve played at the highest level and coached at the very top level. Everyday I am learning, I am improving as a coach, I’m studying still and I’m still looking to do my pro license now so I’m developing all the time.
“I will take any challenge that will come to my face because I want to improve myself, I want to be the best coach in the world,” he added.
Kim Grant has worked with multiple clubs in Ghana. The former Ghanaian international has managed Hearts of Oak and Takoradi FC. He also worked as Technical Director for Cape Coast Ebusua Dwarfs and Elmina Sharks.
Meanwhile, the Ghana Football Association (GFA) is expected to name a new boss for the Black Stars in the coming days.