Reliable insider information indicates that Prof. Joseph Kwame Mintah is being considered to succeed Bernhardt Lippert as the Technical Director of the Ghana Football Association (GFA).
Currently serving as the head of coaching education at the GFA, Prof. Mintah brings a wealth of experience to the table, having previously served as the team psychologist for the Black Stars.
The potential transition signifies a strategic move within the GFA’s leadership, aiming to leverage Prof. Mintah’s expertise and background in coaching education to enhance the technical aspects of Ghanaian football.
He holds a Doctorate degree in Education (Sport Psychology) and a Master of Arts Degree in Physical Education from the University of Northern Iowa, USA.
He holds an Elite CAF Instructors “A” License Certificate from the Confederation of African Football (CAF).
He served as an Interim Assistant Coach of the Ghana Black Stars during the 2014 CAF Qualifiers and was Head Coach of Ghana Premier League side, Cape Coast Mysterious Dwarfs from 2010 to 2014.
In addition to his on field coaching experience, Prof. Mintah is currently the Dean of Faculty of Science and Technology Education, College of Education Studies, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana.
As discussions unfold, stakeholders await the official confirmation of this significant appointment that could shape the future direction of football development in Ghana.