Kwesi Appiah Is The Best Coach In Ghana And One Of The Best In Africa – Isaac ‘Opeele’ Boateng

Many Ghanaians will not be contented with his statement but don’t fail to recall  more will also love to hear Kwesi Appiah being praised because he’s their favorite.

In a tweet chanced on by GhTrendingLinks.com, Coach Opele Boateng eluded Kwesi Appiah of being the best coach in Ghana and one of the best coach in Africa.

Kwesi Appiah is Ghana Blackstars Coach and has coached the team for past 4years and more without any trophy but his immense contribution towards the development of the team is prodigious.

Below is Kwesi Appiah’s achievement as assistant and head coach of the Ghana Black Stars

Kwesi Appiah’s rise to the top post of Ghana’s senior national team coach came after the 2012 AFCON, when Plavi was axed from the job following several disagreements with GFA officials and the dressing room management.

The former Kotoko left-back, in his playing days, was appointed as the Head coach of the Ghanaian national team in April 2012.

His first AFCON as head coach ended with a decent fourth-placed finish in South Africa. The team lost 3-2 to Burkina Faso in the Semifinals after a 1-1 draw game in normal time plus extra time.

His Black Stars side faced Mali in the fight for the same spot as they did in the previous edition with the Francophone West African giants slaying their Ghanaian West African neighbours for a second consecutive time.

Kwesi Appiah set record as the first Ghanaian, African to qualify the Senior national team for the World Cup, held in Brazil in 2014. Despite signing a renewed contract with the GFA, he vacated his post after mutual consent following a disappointing display in Brazil.

After a brief stint with Sudanese club Al Khartoum which began in December 2014, he was in April 2017 re-appointed as the coach of the Ghana national team, replacing former Chelsea manager Avram Grant.

Kwesi Appiah five AFCON experiences with the Black Stars – three times as assistant coach and twice as Head coach and on preparation for the sixth one.

As the country strives to win its long overdue fifth trophy, these experiences will be relied on massively as he, Kwesi Appiah, seeks to incise his name in the stratums of time.

Yesterday at Cape Coast stadium his players played had a spectacular moment by beating South African’s 2 goals to nil paving their way to the AFCON qualifiers, come Sunday is a return leg and hoping his team will still put smiles on their supporters face as the GFA boss is helping them to bring back the love of Ghanaians to the team.

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