Reports gathers by Rite Sports confirm that, Ghanaian trainer Sellas Tetteh has arrived in Freetown to begin work as the interim boss of the Sierra Leonean national team.
Tetteh is the Ghana under-20 coach and will take the Leone Stars job after an agreement between the Sierra Leone and Ghana football associations was reached on Friday.
The 58-year-old has been contracted for three months.
According to our source, his first match will be an African Cup of Nations qualifier against champions Ivory Coast on 5 September.
However, the venue for the match against this year’s Nations Cup winners is yet to be decided as Sierra Leone is currently not allowed to host international games due to Ebola.
Tetteh, who won the 2009 Under-20 World Cup with Ghana, will be assisted by a group of local coaches.
Source: RITE SPORTS/ritefmonline.org