|Full name||Sellas Tetteh Teivi|
|Date of birth||12 December 1956|
|Place of birth||Adabraka, Ghana|
|Sierra Leone (manager)|
|Great Mao Mao|
|Hearts of Oak|
|2001–2002||Ghana U17 (Assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.|
Early and personal life
Sellas Tetteh Teivi was born on 12 December 1956 in Adabraka. His father was Mensah Teivi, a mechanic, and his mother was Elizabeth Dablah; he was the eldest of eight children. He was married to Elizabeth Idun Teivi until her death on 26 January 2017, with whom he has two children – a daughter called Precious Awefa Teivi and a son called Prince Kelvin Sowah Teivi. Tetteh is a practising Christian. He acknowledged God's role in Ghana's historic victory at the FIFA U-20 World Cup, saying prophetic insights from Nigerian Prophet T.B. Joshua helped him guide the team to success.
Tetteh began his coaching career in 1995 with Kotobabi Powerlines, before joining Liberty Professionals a year later. Tetteh became Assistant Manager of the Ghana under-17 team in 2001 – taking full control a year later – before moving to the Ghana under-23 team in 2003. He later became an Assistant to the full national team. He was appointed caretaker manager of the Ghanaian national team in June 2008, a position he held until August 2008. Tetteh was appointed manager of the Rwandan national side in February 2010, leaving his dual position as manager of the Ghana under-20 national team and Ghanaian club side Liberty Professionals. Tetteh guided the Ghana under-20 team to the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup, becoming the first African team to win the competition. As a consequence, Tetteh was nominated for the CAF Coach of the Year Award. He was also honoured by veteran coach Cecil Jones Attuquayefio, who 'knighted' Tetteh.
On 6 September 2011, Tetteh resigned as Rwanda's manager.
On 14 August 2015, Tetteh was give a temporary contract for three months, to become caretaker of the Sierra Leone national team. In Match 2016 he left his position as Ghana under-20 manager in order to continue as Sierra Leone caretaker manager.
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