Both men were players for their national teams and later became Captains. Kwesi Appiah too.
Both men were born in the same year and month. One was on 24 March 1976 and the other on 25 March 1976, and coincidentally, both men retired from active football in 2009.
Fast track to Ghana.
Kwesi Appiah was born on 30th June 1960 and retired from football in 1993. He went to London to look
Then, gbaam, Prof Mills said He wants Ghanaians to manage their own affairs, so Kwesi Nyantakyi went for Kwesi Appiah and brought him to the national team in 2011 as Coach of the national Under 23 side, and also as the Assistant Coach of the Black Stars to understudy the Serbian Coach in preparation for a later appointment as Ghana’s Head Coach.
Looking at what has happened at AfCON 2019, you don’t need a soothsayer to tell you that Akwasi Appiah doesn’t understand the evolution of the game and can only be wasting our time pretending to be a coach.
Former Captains who retired in 2009 (ten years ago) are shining, whilst our former Captain who retired in 1993 (twenty six years ago) over captaincy issues, and became a car washer in London, is mismanaging our national team into heart breaks and disappointments.