The head coach of Ghana national team, Kwesi Appiah, has disclosed that he is not afraid of losing his job as head coach of the Black Stars.
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According to him, since resuming his position as head coach, the fortunes of the team have been enormous.
He believes he is doing the best for the Black Stars and so not afraid of any dismissal, Kwesi Appiah says.
He disclosed in an interview with Metro TV that he is ever ready to face the consequences of the decisions he makes regarding Ghana’s national team.
But was quick to add that he believes that he is fit for the Black Stars coaching job.
The senior national team has under some shake-ups since Kwesi Appiah’s appointment as head Coach in May this year by President Akufo Addo.
This includes inviting new faces to play in the national team.
Others who have been called to join the Black Stars team include Thomas Agyepong, Ebenzer Ofori, Kassim Nuhu, Edwin Gyasi, Lumor Agbenya, and Edwin Gyasi.
Kwesi Appiah says he has learnt many things since his return as the Coach of the black Stars and so he is determined to succeed at his post.
He further debunked allegations that he is involved in some sort of war with the Ayew Brothers.
But stated that “no player is out of his team and no player has a permanent place in the team, either.”
Coach Kwesi Appiah disclosed that he does not pay attention to rumours or allegations about him and his job because he is focused on getting the best for the national team.
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