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Ghana coach yet to request for Stephen Appiah's World Cup role

Posted On Tuesday, 24th December 2013
Kwesi Appiah

Kwesi Appiah

Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah is yet to slap in a proposal to the Ghana FA over his desire to take Stephen Appiah along as a member of his backroom staff to the World Cup.

The Black Stars trainer revealed in an interview earlier this month of his intention to add the former Ghana captain to his backroom staff for next year’s tournament in Brazil.

But the coach is yet to officially inform the Ghana FA about this desire.

The GFA however appear willing to meet Appiah’s wish once he makes it official.

“The coach is yet to put this proposal officially before the Ghana FA,” GFA spokesman Ibrahim Sannie-Daara told Peace FM.

“These are reports we have also gathered from the media but nothing has been brought before the FA at this point.

“I am sure once this proposal is made official, the Ghana FA will take steps towards making it possible.

“So now we await the coach to make this report official before taking the next step.”

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. OGYA says:

    Akwesi Appiah doesn’t need Stephen Appiah’s help. Stephen needs to learn to be a coach first and not try to be a tag along just because he played for the Black Stars before. He does not have any experience that Akwesi Appiah needs right now.

    Ghana needs a none Ghanaian technical advisor, someone with a totally different perspective on things to help Akwesi Appiah during games when the going gets tougher.

    Stephen Appiah and all the other Ghanaians will be nothing but tag alongs and yes man who will just want to be in Brazil for their own good. We need someone that Akwesi Appiah will respect and not look down on.

  2. African Consciousness says:

    Stephen Appiah will be coming on as a motivator and an inspirational leader and that will be a good move. Stephen has always been a positive influence and role model in the locker room. Go for it Coach this idea has huge potential to help your team. These are some of the intangibles that can give a team an edge. Coach Appiah, I salute you for you foresight, spiritual insight and acumen.





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