Despite Ghana’s dreadful outing to Egypt in the 2019 AFCON, Ghana will stick with Kwesi Appiah as head coach of the black stars.
The coach has refused to step down despite the mounting pressure. He vows to see out the remainder of his contract which expires in December.
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On Tuesday 30th, the 59 year coach received the full backing of the new Patriotic party after holding talks with the Ghanaian president Akufo Addo.
Appiah returned to the flagstaff House, seat of government today Wednesday to conclude talks on his possible retention.
It appears he is more than a coach as he wields massive political influence and remain a close associate of president Akufo Addo.
In the face of intense public condemnation, the sport ministry and toothless FA have been unable to take a firm decision.
Ghana president Nana Akufo Addo will have a big say on the future of the coach even though for the first time since 2008, Ghana have failed to make it to at least the semi finals.