Former Executive Committee member of the Ghana Football Association, Wilfred Osei Kweku Palmer has questioned the criteria in the appointment of national team coaches.
Many have questioned the criteria in naming a national team coach over the years.
Palmer, who is currently contesting his disqualification from the GFA elections on October 25 last year at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) says he has a problem with the mode of appointment of coaches for the Black Stars.
“Even when it comes to the appointment of the technical team for the Black Stars, do we do the right thing?
“There were people within the technical team who bottled up some negative feelings because of the way things were done,” he disclosed further.
In his frustration, he questioned whether coaches were subjected through a thorough scrutiny before they were appointed to serve in the senior national team.
“Are people being properly scrutinised for us to know if they are the right people to do the job? he lamented, with particular reference to the recent appointment of coaches to the various national teams.
Osei Palmer was disqualified from the 2019 Ghana Football Association (GFA) presidential elections after he failed to pass the integrity test.