Nana Addo refuses to back contract extension for coach Kwasi Appiah

President Nana Akufo-Addo has refused to back a contract extension for Black Stars coach James Kwasi Appiah, asserting any declaration he makes will put the Ghana Football Association and the Ministry of Youth and Sports in an ungainly circumstance.

The President, during his Meet the Press at the Jubilee House on Friday evening said he is persuaded that the new FA organization just as the Sports Minister will settle on the correct choice for Ghana in due time.

Asked by Patrick Osei Agyemang, tenderly called Countryman Songo on the off chance that he needs the Black Stars coach to remain past this year, the president stated:

“I think this is a troublesome inquiry. On the off chance that I says ‘yes’, at that point it will make something different and on the off chance that I state ‘no’, at that point its absolutely impossible they (the FA, Ministry) can act generally. In this way, I will avoid such issues,” the president included.

Ghana has been on a tricky quest for a fifth AFCON trophy since adding the fourth one of every 1982.

Not long ago, Kwasi Appiah drove 23 players into the Africa Cup of Nations with a pledge to end the sit tight for the pined for trophy.

It, in any case, ended up being Ghana’s most noticeably awful exhibition in the last six versions of the competition with the nation leaving at the round of 16 phase.

The less than impressive presentation from the side has to a great extent been accused on Kwasi Appiah who as indicated by pundits has neglected to make a winnable side since assuming control over the group two years prior.

His contract with the Stars is set to lapse toward the month’s end with the new GFA organization apparently reluctant to offer him another contract.

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