Sellas Tetteh's reputation soars again after guiding Ghana U20 to African Youth Championship
Sellas Tetteh proved his tactical ingenuity when he guided Ghana’s U20 to reach the 2015 African Youth Championship finals with a comfortable 4-1 win over Gabon in Libreville.
The former Rwanda national team coach will be making his third appearance in the history of the tournament when he leads the Black Satellites in Senegal next March.
Tetteh won the tournament in 2009 in Rwanda and finished second at the last tournament held in Algeria-losing on penalties to Egypt.
The Liberty Professionals technical director gained global attention when he became the first man to win the FIFA U20 World Cup at the 2009 finals in Egypt.
Before that, he guided the Black Starlets to a fourth place finish at the 2007 FIFA U17 World Cup finals in South Korea.