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Coach Sellas Tetteh recovers from sickness

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Coach Sellas Tetteh, who led his team to victory in the FIFA U20 World Cup, has overcome an illness that had been bothering him for some time.
Silas “Borbor” Tetteh, one of Ghana’s most renowned youth coaches, was apparently in serious health trouble.
He has reportedly been suffering an unspecified sickness for quite some time.

From what we have learned so far, he is currently in capable hands and receiving the proper care.

When the U-20 FIFA World Cup was held in Egypt in 2009, coach Tetteh orchestrated Brazil’s defeat.

His popularity skyrocketed in the wake of the momentous victory. He held managerial positions in a number of African nations, including Rwanda and Sierra Leone, where he oversaw their senior national teams.

The 66-year-old honored coach left his post as the senior national team of Sierra Leone’s interim coach and moved back to Ghana to take over as head coach of Liberty Professionals of the Ghana Premier League.

He has held that position since 2020, and after getting sick, he hasn’t made any announcements about leaving it.

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