Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah has silenced his critics after guiding the Black Stars to record a massive win against Egypt in a 2014 World Cup play-off first leg tie in Kumasi.
The Ghanaian trainer kept his enviable record against the North African intact after another flawless performance at the Baba Yara stadium.
Appiah has not lost a game against the Pharaohs since he took charge of the club, beating them 3-0 in an international friendly and followed it up with a resounding 6-1 success on Tuesday.
The BIG win amplifies his tactical ingenuity and goes a long way to shut his critics who have wasted no time in questioning his tactical credentials and sometimes unjustifiably attack his person since he was appointed on permanent basis.
The former Asante Kotoko great recently nicknamed ‘silent killer’ by Black Stars players, has made a number of bold decisions of his reign so far which has reaped the reward and proved doubters wrong with an outpouring of national fervour coming in droves.
Last evening, as Ghana’s 6-1 victory over Egypt sent them within one foot of winning a place in next year’s World Cup, was his graduation party.
It was an evening when all his choices were vindicated; an evening when his selection took the West African giants a step closer to Brazil 2014 and once that will make critics to rewrite their books about his tactical disposition.