Foster Alhassan named interim Jets coach

Published on: 19 October 2011

By Patrick Akoto

Ex-Real Sportive coach Foster Alhassan has been asked to take temporary charge of Premier League side Tudu Mighty Jets, GHANAsoccernet.com has learnt.

Alhassan will be on the bench when the Accra-based side club tackle Wassaman United on Saturday.

The ex-King Faisal assistant coach was part of the backroom staff of coach Amissah.

He replaces Jonas Amissah who quit his post on Tuesday.

Amissah was unhappy with the decision of management to re-assign him to the junior team of the club and therefore opted to leave the club.

The club say they will announce the appointment of a substantive coach next week.

Comments

  • michael
    says: 8 years ago
    pls get your facts right. coach Foster was never part of the backroom staff of mighty Jets. he was coaching vision fc a division 2 side in madina, before his new appiontment.
  • Vincent!!
    says: 8 years ago
    massa get ur fact right also before u start attacking... i am jet fans for yrs nd coach Alhassan has been with us for sometime.... go nd learn before u start talking plenty...
  • michael
    says: 8 years ago
    He is not even called by the name coach Alhassan. the popular name is Coach foster. so pls go to the training grounds right away n check, they are even playing a match this afternoon.may be u are talking about those small coaching around your team pls.