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Osei Rules Out Tetteh Reunion

Written By: SD Reporter

Chairman of the management committee of Black Satellites Wilfred Osei has ruled out working with the team’s head coach Sellas Tetteh in the future after their round of sixteen ouster.

Tetteh, who led Ghana to a historic triumph in Egypt six years ago, has come under massive pressure following Ghana’s flat performance in New Zealand.

A reported frosty relationship between the coach and Osei who is the head of delegation for the team was one of the reasons which attributed to the teams heavy disappointments.

A situation Palmer admits will be difficult to overlook in future assignments.

“I had never interfered with selection of players. When it came to who made the team and who did not make the team it was the coaches decision,” the Tema Youth Chief told reporters

“Who played or even who did not was entirely the decision of the head coach.”

But when quizzed if he would stick with the 2009 world cup winning coach for future assignments Palmer blatantly turned down the opportunity.

“I will reconsider my position if I was to work with him in the future.”




Sunday 14 June 2015

Brazil            0 – 0 (3-1pk)                Portugal               Waikato Stadium

Mali              1 – 1 (4-3pk)                Germany             Christchurch Stadium

USA              0 – 0 (5-6pk)                Serbia                   North Harbour Stadium

Uzbekistan 0 – 1                                             Senegal Wellington Regional Stadium


Wednesday 17 June 2015

Brazil          v        Senegal                                Christchurch Stadium

Serbia        v        Mali                       North Harbour Stadium


Senegal       1 – 3     Mali                              Auckland


Brazil           1 – 2   Serbia                       Auckland

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