Kwesi Appiah

by: michael eli dokosi /                                   

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In a case of exes mending for a second spell, the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has handed the Black Stars job to James Kwesi Appiah after Avram Grant’s exit.

The Executive Committee of the GFA on Tuesday approved the report of the six-man coaching search committee.

Blakkpepper understands Appiah will be in charge of the Senior National Team for two years (2017 – 2019) starting his term on May 1, 2017.

Maxwell Konadu & Ibrahim Tanko are to be Appiah’s assistants while Stephen Appiah and Richard ‘Olele’ Kingston step in as Team Manager and Goal Keepers trainer respectively.

Appiah will play five matches in three months starting with the Africa Cup Nations qualifier in June.

He is reported to earn Ghc140,000 per month.


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