German coach Klaus Toppmoller expected in Ghana next month

Published on: 3 years ago
German coach Klaus Toppmoller expected in Ghana next month
Klaus Toppmoller

German coach Klaus Toppmoller is expected in Ghana next month to begin work with Ghana Premier League club New Edubiase.

The 63-year-old who was linked to the Black Stars technical director job before the 2014 World Cup is expected in the country in September to further talks towards taking up a role with the Berkwai-based club.

Edubiase have had advanced talks with the former Eintracht Frankfurt trainer since his first arrival in Ghana in November last year where he was reportedly set to take up the technical director job with the Ghana FA.

It has now emerged that he was in Ghana to consider an offer from the Ghana Premier League club who have aspirations to challenge for top honours in the coming season.

Toppmoller will be expected to use his vast coaching experience to improve the technical efficiency of the club once he accepts to the offer.

He is also to use his eternal links to secure sponsorship for the club.

New Edubiase President Abdul Salam Yakubu confirmed talks with the German coach and reveals he is expected in Ghana next month to firm up a deal.

“We have held discussions with [Klaus] Toppmoller towards coming to help the club technically,” he told Asempa FM.

“We have held advanced talks with his representatives and we are expecting him in Ghana in September to continue with talks.”


  • rabbit
    says: 3 years ago
    Tell then to pay the boiz dere concert dey r doin
  • selfmade
    says: 3 years ago
    If ulwe really needs a technical directator, a German is my preferred choice! We need a a bit of organizational skills in our football and we all know thay, the Germans are the masters of organization! Aside their tactical game, they are very efficient, effective, faultless and highly disciplined! Germany, has the largest football federation on earth and any country that associates with a German coach can benefits in the long run as they can reap benefits and help from the German fa as well as its football clubs! I have said it long time over here that, if there is one country that ghana, needs to learn from, it should be German! The former Malian coach said this about Ghana " Ghana, is the GERMANY of African football" and for a coach to says that about Ghana speaks volumes because he was speaking from a tactical view point! A healthy Ghana team is very difficult to beat and with a bit of effiency and organizational skills, we ll be a real world class team!