Ghanaian born tactician, Sillas Teteh is now looking forward to the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) deciding over his future as head coach of the Sierra Leone national team; Leone Stars.
The 58-year-old’s three months’ contract as caretaker Coach of Leone Stars expired on Sunday November 15 and the SLFA are yet to make any official statement whether they will retain him or let him go.
The former Ghana U-20 boss returned to Freetown a few weeks back refuting media reports that he has abandoned the Leone Stars job.
“It will be nice if my contract will be extended as I am on a building process, I cannot say anything now if the FA gives me an extension so be it, but football is all about time.”
Since he took over the Leone Stars job, Teteh has produced a win, a draw and a defeat in his three matches but failed to get Sierra Leone through the World Cup 2018 preliminary round after the team was eliminated by Chad on away goals aggregate rule following a 2-2 draw.