PARIS - Former France World Cup winner
Marcel Desailly is among the candidates to become new Ghana
coach, the Black Stars said on their website
Ghana-born Desailly, who won the World Cup with France in
1998, was included on a shortlist with Serbian Goran Stevanovic,
former Tunisia coach Humberto Jesus Cuelho of Portugal, Ghanaian
Herbert Addo and Can Vanli of Turkey.
Former AC Milan, Chelsea and Olympique Marseille defender
Desailly has no managerial experience.
The 42-year-old won 116 international caps before ending his
career in 2005.
Serbian Milovan Rajevac quit Ghana after leading them to the
African Nations Cup final in Angola and this year's World Cup
quarter-finals in South Africa.
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