Former Ghana coach James Kwesi Appiah will be confirmed as the next permanent Black Stars boss, though an announcement will be delayed to coincide with a GFA executive committee meeting set to take place in the upcoming weeks.
Kwesi Appiah is set to return home after recently taken charge of Sudanese club Al-Khartoum as head coach. “Mayele” as he is popularly known mutually terminated his contract with the Black Stars after the disastrous Brazil 2014 saga and likely to be Avram Grant’s successor Sportsobama.com sources revealed.
Sportsobama.com understands that, the 56-year-old, whose representatives have been negotiating with the Ghana Football Association, will be the country’s 5th and 7th manager under the Nyantakyi led administration and will hope to guide the Black Stars to a daunting fourth consecutive World Cup appearance as he did the magic as the first black coach to qualify the nation to the third successive World Cup in Brazil.
35-year down the line No reign have ever witness the Africa cup of nations trophy as the next Black Stars boss knows is a great worry and target the nation wants to end that hoodoo drought.
Kwesi Appiah failed to end the nations long wait of Africa cup adversity when he had the opportunity at the 2013 Afcon in South Africa. Appiah will again have the platform to reinstate what he couldn’t previously achieved.
The Ex- Kumasi Asante Kotoko defender played 31 games under his tenure as Black Stars coach, won 16, lost 9 and drawn 6
By Sadat Apusi /Twitter @Apusi90.