Coach of Accra Great Olympics, Annor Walker has been appointed by the Ghana Football Association as the new coach of the Black Stars B.
The Olympics gaffer says he is keen to leave an indelible mark on the team whiles leaving a lasting legacy.
He replaces former Ghana International and assistant coach of Cameroon, Ibrahim Tanko who has been jettisoned by the GFA for reasons best known to them.
The Coach who has guided the 'Oly Dade' boys to fourth place in the ongoing league season questioned why he does not merit the appointment stating that he has the abilities to do it.
Walker has promised that he will build a formidable and competitive team capable of winning laurels at the international stage.
“I am very grateful to the Ghana Football Association Executive Council for this opportunity.
“I will be very committed to the job offered me so that I can provide good service to the nation and leave a legacy that would be cherished by the present and future generations,” Walker told Graphic Sports.