Former Chelsea and Ghana coach in Sierra Leone Former Chelsea and Ghana head coach Avram Grant is in Sierra Leone on a diplomatic mission. The Israeli-born has been in the country for the last four days now. Grant on his arrival met with the minister of foreign affairs professor David Francis where he expressed his motive for coming to Sierra Leone. According to sources in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the former English Premier League manager is in Freetown to establish a network with Sierra Leone’s foreign office. Avram Grant who manages Ghana national football team (Blackstars) on Tuesday, 9 November 2021, met with the minister of sports Ibrahim Nylenkeh at his Bishop’s office, where they discussed football development in Sierra Leone. The top football gaffer offered his service to the technical team of Leone Stars as a way of a guide after twenty-five years of french-leave in AFCON“Ahead of the Africa nations cup, I don’t mind passing my experience to the coaching staff of your national team” revealed GrantThe former Ghana(BlackStars) coach has met with coach John Kiester the head coach Sierra Leone National team( Leone Stars). Aram Grant was born February 6th 1955, and spent three seasons in the English Premier League. In September 2007, following the departure of José Mourinho, Grant was appointed as Chelsea’s manager. Despite steering the team into the Champions League and League Cup finals, as well as contesting the Premier League title to the last day, his contract was terminated at the end of the season.Grant returned to Portsmouth as director of football in October 2009, and was made manager the following month. After the club’s relegation to the Football League Championship Grant resigned and, on 3 June 2010, was appointed as manager of West Ham United,a role he held up until 15 May 2011, when he was sacked after the club was relegated to the Football League Championship.Grant was appointed coach of the Ghana national football team in 2014. He stepped down from the position after a defeat in the semi-finals of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations.The champion league finalist coach visit to Sierra Leone is not clear when he’ll leave the west Africa country. He was head coach of Chelsea when Sir Alex Ferguson won his last champion league trophy with Manchester United.