Ghana’s newly-appointed head coach, Kwasi Appiah, is bent on leaving a rich legacy by building a formidable team that can last for the next decade.
To ensure that, he says, intends to create competition in the team as the first step towards reviving the fortunes of the senior men’s national football team, the Black Stars.
Speaking on GhOne TV’s Football Legends Nights, Friday, Appiah indicated that creating competition in the Black Stars is his utmost priority, considering the abundant talents at his disposal.
According to the former trainer of Sudanese side, Al Khartoum SC, he wants to see a stiff competition in the Black Stars
“We have lot of talents in the country and I want to do my best by making good use of them and create competition in the team.
“I feel in Ghana we can even have four players for one position,” he added.
Kwesi Appiah, in his second spell with the Black Stars, will lead Ghana into battle with Ethiopia, June 10, in their 2019 AFCON qualifier at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium, in Kumasi.
From Wednesday to Friday, last week, the Black Stars undertook non-residential training sessions at the Accra Sports Stadium, open to the public, in preparation for the tie.
The team broke camp after Friday’s training, scheduled to leave Accra for Kumasi, to continue preparations for the crucial clash with Ethiopia, in Kwasi Appiah’s first test.
EDITED FROM: ghanaweb.com