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New Black Stars Coach Kwesi Appiah has urged the Ghana Football Association to believe in local Coaches.
Appiah returned to the Ghana post three years after he was sacked by the Football Association.

The ex-Ghana international who finished top among two expatriate Coaches to land the Black Stars job officially begins work next Month.

The former Ghana U23 manager has advised the Nation’s Football governing body to have confidence in local trainers.

“As a Nation the most important thing is for the leaders or the Football Association to have confidence in the local Coaches," He spoke to the BBC.

“I believe there are lots of local Coaches who are competent and good enough and so if they (GFA) believe in local Coaches I don’t think there will be the need to go in for a foreign Coach.”

Kwesi Appiah made history as the first Ghanaian Coach to qualify the Black Stars to the FIFA World Cup.
Source: ghanasportsonline.com

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