Former Black Stars and Hearts of Oak goalkeeper, Edward Ansah has landed a toping coaching job in India where he has been named as head coach for his formal side Churchill Brothers.
The retired shot stopper was instrumental for the Indian side during his playing days. He joined the club in 1999 where he helped them to win the National Football League (NFL) in 2003.
The Goa-based side confirmed his return to the club in a tweet indicating that, “Former Ghana goalkeeper coach Edward Ansah has joined Indian side Churchill Brothers FC as the substantive manager. We from the entire Churchill Brothers family are very glad to announce him as our new manager for the upcoming season”.
The 56 year-old has a lot of coaching experience under his belt having worked with top coaches like Bukhard Ziesse, Mariano Baretto, Claude Le Roy, Milovan Rajevac and Goran Stevanovic.
He is strongly being tipped to lead Churchill Brothers to win the league at the end of his first season with the club.