Coach Bashiru Hayford is set to turn down a deal with Ghana Premier League side, Ebusua Dwarfs for a national team assignment according to information reaching beachfmonline.com/sports.
Ebusua Dwarfs are yet to bind the former Ashantigold Sporting Club coach to a contract despite the tough talking coach seen last week on the club’s touchline during the GHALCA-G8 tournament.
Management of the Cape Coast based side want to tie the manager to a long term contract, but coach Bashiru Hayford insists on a one year deal prolonging the discussion between the two parties.
Reports reaching beachfmonline.com/sports indicate that the manager is dragging his feet to pen down the available long term contract, but will sign a year deal because of a possible national team assignment.
According to deep throat sources close to the manager, coach Bashiru Hayford is eyeing a national team assignment; both Black Queens and Black Satellites head coach role are currently vacant.
Coach Bashiru Hayford as it stands is unattached and could be a possible replacement for coach Mas-Ud Didi Dramani who was the head coach for both vacant national team positions.