Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah will have knowledge-sharing programmes with the technical teams of stellar European clubs ahead of the 2014 World Cup finals.
It forms part of preparations towards Ghana’s campaign in Brazil which looks tough after drawing Germany, Portugal and USA in Group G.
Appiah is expected to again exchange technical ideas in the game as he gets to rub shoulders with the best coaches in the world.
The ex-international in April this year, spent two weeks at Manchester City’s Carrington training ground before playing two World Cup qualifiers.
“We will also be sending our technical team members including the head coach on attachment to a number of European clubs as a way of building their confidence and also upgrading their skills towards the World Cup,” Ghana FA president Kwesi Nyantakyi confirmed.
“Beyond that we shall also be doing a review of the adequacy or otherwise of our technical team in order to see which areas we need to fill in the gaps.”
Appiah has played 22 matches since his appointment in April 2012 and has registered 14 wins; five defeats and 3 draws.