Former Real Madrid left back Roberto Carlos is one of a few coaches who has offered in the application for the vacant Ghana’s job taking after the flight of Avram Grant.
The Brazilian international began his coaching profession at Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala subsequent to declaring his retirement five years ago.
At present, Carlos is the head coach of Delhi Dynamos in India, Carlos’ rich profession saw him join Real Madrid in 1996 and succeeded through 11 exceedingly fruitful seasons, playing 584 matches in all competition and scoring 71 goals.
Carlos won four La Liga titles, three UEFA Champions League titles, and was also a member of the Brazilian side that won the 2002 World Cup.
Meanwhile, former France and Chelsea defender Marcel Desially is the favourite to land the highly coveted job.
According to reports, Manchester United legend and former Valencia coach Gary Neville, Harry Redknapp and ex-Brazilian left-back Roberto Carlos had their CVs submitted among the hundreds to the Ghana Football Association.
The Ghana FA opened applications for the employment with a due date of March 10. The six-man Committee entrusted for the pursuit of Avram Grant’s successor met surprisingly Monday to survey the applications from different coaches interested in taking the Black Star’s job.
However, the appointment of the next Black Stars coach could come soon as possible and the Ghana FA board has made plans to start talking with some shortlisted candidates starting from next week.