Kwasi Appiah heading to Sudan

Previous Head coach of the senior national team Black Stars, Kwasi Appiah, could be going to Sudan to deal with their senior national team, hardly any days after his agreement with the Black Stars terminated.

Information gathered by the GNA Sports demonstrates that Coach Appiah has opened chats with the Sudanese Football Association.

The Coach has affirmed chats with the Sudanese FA and was wanting to get approval as their national coach.

Coach Appiah in a press proclamation on Sunday, January 5, communicated thankfulness to the GFA for the chance to serve the country and was appreciative to all Ghanaians for their help during his term.

Appiah command as lead trainer of the team was not reestablished after his agreement lapsed last December with the Ghana Football Association dissolving the specialized branch of every national team.

An announcement marked by the previous Captain of the Black Stars stated: “It has been a flat out respect to have had the chance and benefit to coach the Black Stars of Ghana.

“I have consistently felt massive pride in my relationship with the senior national group, as a player and a coach and served determinedly all through my instructing contract which terminated on Tuesday, December 31, 2019.

“During that time I was in control, I worked with my backroom staff to establish the solid framework required for others to expand on, towards a superior future and accomplishment for the team.

“I express gratitude toward President H. E Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for the chance to serve the country. I likewise express my gratefulness to the Ministry of Youth and Sports, just as the Ghana Football Association for their help.”

Appiah in the announcement likewise thank fans who remained behind him during troublesome occasions and furthermore valued the endeavors of players who battled on the pitch to make Ghana glad just as his backroom staff.

Appiah’s second coming as Black Stars coach was damaged by a dreadful execution at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations where Ghana left the competition in the Round of 16.

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