It seems like there are truly going to be some shake-ups at the Ghana Football Association.
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According to media reports, Stephen Appiah is about to get a top position managing the affairs of Ghana's senior national football team.
The former skipper of the Black Stars will reportedly named "team manager" when the new coach is appointed.
This would not be the first time Appiah had been linked with the position, but a report by GhanaSoccernet.com has is that the "reign of Sabahn Quaye is finally over".
The appointment of Stephen Appiah is reportedly in a move to rebuild and reinstate the confidence of the people of Ghana in the team.
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Though if this should happen, Stephen Appiah would be the master stroke to ginger up the team, the exit of coach Avram Grant's seems to have set a general mood of upliftment in Ghanaian football fans.
Ghana has gone 32-years without an Africa Cup of Nations trophy and the GFA is taking time to rebuild the team to make sure this trophy-less drought does not extend.