- Kwasi Appiah says he has no regrets what so ever about coaching the senior national team, the Black Stars
- He says he believes he did the best that he could for the Black Stars which yielded results
-Kwasi Appiah had the opportunity of coaching Black Stars on two occasions with the second ending in January 2020.
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Former Head Coach of the Black Stars, James Kwasi Appiah, has opened up about coaching the Black Stars saying that he has no regrets what so ever about coaching the senior national team, the Black Stars.
According to Kwasi Appiah, he did the best that he could for the Black Stars which yielded results.
In an interview on Light FM and monitored by YEN.com.gh, the former Black Stars captain said he is happy that he has left a legacy that will serve as a precedent for other coaches who will take up the job someday.
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“I don’t see any regret with my tenure at the senior national team of Ghana. I did the best that I can which yielded results. The most important thing is that you leave a legacy behind which will serve as a precedent for the upcoming ones” he stated.
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Kwasi Appiah is the first Ghanaian coach to qualify the Black Stars to the world cup in 2014.
He is also credited with introducing several young talents into the national team like Christian Atsu and Kudus Mohammed among others.
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Akwasi Appiah had two stints with the Black Stars with his second spell coming to an end in January 2020.
He had the opportunity of coaching Black Stars on two occasions with the second ending in January 2020.
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