Former Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko midfielder, Charles Taylor, is in deep talks with Wa All Stars to become the team’s assistant head coach.
Ever since retiring from active football, Taylor has not been involved in the game in any capacity even though he has stated on some occasions that he would love to coach Asante Kotoko one day.
If Taylor still harbours that dream, then he could be making the best possible start by taking up an appointment at Wa All Stars which is owned by John Painstil.
Taylor revealed to Kumasi-based Ashh FM on Thursday that he and the club were speaking to each other over a possible appointment.
“I am currently in talks with John Painstil to be the assistant coach for Wa All Stars. I am waiting for approval from my spiritual father, Prophet Badu Kofi, before I accept the assistant coach’s role at the club.”
Should Taylor and the club agree on terms, fans are guaranteed to see Taylor back in the game and possibly make a mark as a coach for the former Ghana Premier League winners.