Kotoko 'Faithfuls' award Ghana coaches Appiah, Konadu for World Cup qualification success

Maxwell Konadu dressed in a ceremonial kente cloth after being awarded

Maxwell Konadu dressed in a ceremonial kente cloth after being awarded

By Ameenu Shardow

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Asante Kotoko’s elite group of supporters ‘Fathfuls’ awarded Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah and his assistant Maxwell Konadu in a ceremony on Saturday.

The group’s award to the club’s former players was in recognition of their historical achievement with the Black Stars.

The Kotoko legends combined effectively to qualify Ghana for a third straight World Cup finals in Brazil.

The Faithfuls therefore in their meeting decided to award both Kwesi Appiah and Maxwell Konadu.

Konadu was physically present to take his award while Black Stars team manager Sabahn Quaye represented Kwesi Appiah who is currently out of the country.

Maxwell Konadu after playing for Kotoko, returned to the side as coach and won the Ghana Premier League title in 2012.

He later joined up with Kwesi Appiah as an assistant soon after he was appointed coach of the Black Stars.

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