Veteran Ghanaian coach, Annor Walker has insisted he is determined to leave a good mark as the new Black Stars B head coach.
The Accra Great Olympics head coach has replaced Ibrahim Tanko after just one year of serving as the local team head coach.
The former Berekum Chelsea gaffer who has been brilliant in the ongoing Ghana Premier League with the Wonder Club says he is determined to build a good team and leave a legacy as the Black Stars B head coach after the team have failed to qualify for the last 3 editions of the African Nations Championship.
“I am very grateful to the Ghana Football Association Executive Council for this opportunity,” Walker told the Graphic Sports.
“I will be very committed to the job offered me so that I can provide good service to the nation and leave a legacy that would be cherished by the present and future generations,” he added.
The new Black Stars B coach will be assisted by WAFA head coach, Prosper Nartey Ogun, with Richard Kingson, as the goalkeepers’ trainer, and former Ghana and Hearts of Oak defender, Emmanuel ‘Senegal’ Armah, as the physical trainer.
Walker, a CAF License A holder, is famed for masterminding Nania FC’s domestic double a decade ago, when he led the division one side to defeat Asante Kotoko 1-0 to win the 2011 MTN FA Cup in 2011, and later defeating Berekum Chelsea to win the Ghana Super Cup.