Ex-Ghana Coach Kwesi Appiah Interested In Vacant Black Stars Job | WATCH


Former Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah is open to a third stint with the senior national team.

The former Asante Kotoko captain has been in charge of the four time African champions on two occasions and was recently relieved off his duties in December 2019 after his contract expiration by the Ghana FA.

With the Black Stars head coach position vacant following Otto Addo's resignation at the World Cup, Coach Kwesi Appiah has availed himself for the job if the opportunity rises.

Speaking to Dan Kwaku Yeboah TV in an interview, Coach James Kwesi Appiah said regardless of the past, he will agree to coach the Black Stars if he is contacted for the job.

“The fact that I have not come out to say I have stopped coaching if the opportunity comes and I can help why not.

“Once coaching is my destiny if I’m approached and I can help why not,” Coach Kwesi Appiah disclosed.

Watch the interview below:

Appiah supervised three major tournaments as Black Stars head coach in South Africa 2013 AFCON, Brazil 2014 World Cup and Egypt 2019 AFCON.

Kwesi Appiah has been on a sabbatical since leaving the Black Stars head coach position in 2019.

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