Ghana's Ambassador to Algeria, Mr S.E.M. Kobina Sekyi, has congratulated Liberty Professionals' coach, Sellas Tetteh, for proving that Ghanaians can still look up to indigenous coaches to bring glory to the nation.
He said that the fact that Liberty are the country's only remaining flagbearers in continental competition proves that Ghanaian coaches still have a lot to offer and as such the team's players must make discipline their hallmark and look up to coach Tetteh for direction.
Mr Sekyi's remarks were informed by the fact that Kumasi Asante Kotoko, Accra Hearts of Oak and King Faisal, the nation's other continental campaigners who have expatriate coaches - have all been knocked out, leaving Liberty who have been guided by a Ghanaian coach.
Last Sunday, the Ambassador paid the team a visit at their Bahia Beach Hotel to congratulate the players and officials on their achievement.Ironically, Mr Sekyi was in the Tunisian city of Sousse last Friday to watch Hearts who lost to Etoile du Sahel in the Champions League.