Public Relations Officer of Ghana Premier League champions, Aduana Stars, Evans Oppong has disclosed that the club will name a new head coach before the end of December.
The Dormaa based club have been without a substantive head coach since the departure of Japanese American trainer Kenichi Yatsuahashi.
Aduana Stars broke camp following their disastrous campaign in the group stages of the CAF Confederations Cup.
However, with reports of an imminent of football in the country, the "Ogya Boys" have intensified their search for a new manager.
"Our playing body is on a break but the Management is still at post working," Oppong told Fox Sports.
"We are talking to many coaches, some we meet them in person but those outside Ghana we speak to them through Skype so by the end of this month (December) we will name our coach," he added.
Aduana Stars are two times champions of the Ghana Premier League, winning their first in 2010 and the second in the 2016/17 season.