LFA President Musa Hassan Bility, presently out of the country, is reportedly negotiating for a foreign coach to take over the national soccer team, Lone Star.
The Daily Observer learned Wednesday that pending the arrival of the coach, everything concerning the team is on hold.
LFA sources did not reveal the country from which the coach is being scouted, but said no action will be taken concerning the Lone Star until the president returns home with the coach.
The national team has about two weeks before it faces Lesotho in a match whose winner of the home and away games will qualify to join Group C for the Afcon 2015 qualifying series.
The last coach of the national team, Frank Jericho Nagbe’s six month contracted ended and Thomas Kojo was meanwhile appointed to handle the team, till otherwise notified.
The Observer learned Kojo’s appointment was withdrawn, and that the team is now awaiting the arrival of a foreign coach to begin preparations for the match against Lesotho, scheduled for May 18.