Grant
has been out of the country for more than a
month after the Black Stars 7-1 mauling over
Mauritius in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier. The Israeli trainer who was expected to be in
the country to monitor the domestic League is
said to have asked for a one month leave from
his employers. Ghanasportsonline.com can
however reveal that officials of the Ghana
Football Association are disgruntled by the extensive stay of the former Chelsea boss.
“He asked for a one month leave and the one
month is over. We were expecting him to
arrive at the end of the month but as I speak
he is still not in the country,” a close source of
the FA disclosed to Ghanasportsonline.com. “The FA is very worried about his prolonged
stay in Europe. We have already contacted
him to return so that the preparation will begin
for the game against Rwanda.” The 60-year-
old is expected to arrive to begin preparation
ahead of the 2017 Cup of Nations qualifier against Rwanda in Kigali. Source: Ghanasportsonline.com.

epa01948215 Avram Grant starts his first game as manager of Portsmouth as they take on Manchester United  in an English Premier League soccer match at Fratton Park, Portsmouth, Hampshire, Britain, 28 November 2009.  EPA/CARL COURT NO ONLINE/INTERNET USE WITHOUT A LICENCE FROM THE FOOTBALL DATA CO. LTD.
epa01948215 Avram Grant starts his first game as manager of Portsmouth as they take on Manchester United in an English Premier League soccer match at Fratton Park, Portsmouth, Hampshire, Britain, 28 November 2009. EPA/CARL COURT NO ONLINE/INTERNET USE WITHOUT A LICENCE FROM THE FOOTBALL DATA CO. LTD.

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