Former Cameroon assistant coach Ibrahim Tanko has revealed his ambition to handle Ghana national team in the future if given the opportunity.
The 38-year-old has held roles at German Bundesliga sides SC Freiburg and FC Koln and was hired by the Ghana FA as one of the scouts for the Black Stars prior to the 2014 World Cup.
“I am ready to coach any team in Ghana once I am approached with the offer,” Tanko told Joy FM.
“I started from here (Ghana) and I must give back but if only I am needed. My doors are open to any club that is interested.
“I have a dream to coach the Black Stars but for now I am ready to coach any club,” he added.
Tanko also added that there are still unsettled monetary issues with Cameroon football federation.
“For now, there are still some monetary issues with Cameroon football federation yet to be resolved. After that I will think about the way forward with my career.”
Tanko played 10 games for Ghana without a goal.
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