June 15, 2021

Maxwell Konadu named Ghana U-17 head coach as massive changes made in technical department

Maxwell Konadu has been appointed as coach of the national U-17 team, otherwise known as Black Starlets. The Ghanaian International has been be a free man since being fired from post by Ghana Premier League giants Asante Kotoko in December 2020.

He is back to management and has been handed national duties with the former Ghana striker replacing Ben Fokuo who the later has been appointed as Black Princesses head trainer.

Maxwell Konadu, a Premier League winner with Asante Kotoko in 2012 after stints with the Black Meteors, Fetteh Feyenoord Academy (now WAFA) and the defunct Red Bull Academy at Sogakope. He also coached Wa All-Stars in the 2009/2010 season.

He previously played for Upper West Heroes, Asante Kotoko, Unia Leiria and Beira- Mar in Portugal.

Maxwell Konadu won Gold at the All Africa Games in 2011 in Maputo, Mozambique. He is a former assistant coach of the Black Stars, and eventually won the WAFA tournament in 2017 hosted by Ghana.

He will be assisted by Winfred Dormon and Ignatius Osei-Fosu.

Black Starlets Technical team

  1. Maxwell Konadu – Head Coach
  2. Winfred Dormon – Assistant Coach
  3. Ignatius Osei Fosu – Assistant Coach
  4. George Owoo – Goal Keepers Trainer
  5. Yussif Andani – Team Doctor
  6. Mensah Agbovor – Welfare Officer
  7. Albert Evedzi – Physiotherapist
  8. Abduali Zakari – Masseur
  9. Baba Aluta Equipment Officer

 

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