Stephen Appiah Endorses Ghana’s New Coach

Stephen Appiah

Stephen Appiah, a former Black Stars captain, has placed his faith in Ghana’s new manager, Chris Hughton, to bring the country back to its former glory.

As a result, “Tornado,” as he is affectionately known, is urging Ghanaian supporters to back the former Brighton and Hove Albion manager as he takes over as the Black Stars’ head coach.

The upcoming AFCON qualifiers against Angola will be Hughton’s first game in charge of the national team.

Appiah believes that Chris Houghton is the ideal person to lead the team since he has been in charge of numerous clubs in the UK.

“He came to Ghana and was part of the team that travelled to Qatar for the World Cup. He was the director then and now he is the coach.

“We are all hoping that, we will rally our support behind him and he will bring our Black Stars back from where we use to see the Black Stars.”

Appiah was also a member of the Ghanaian team that made history by qualifying the West African nation for the 2010 World Cup. He was the first captain of Ghana to do so.

Chris Hughton Takes Charge As New Ghana Coach

After extensive discussion, Chris Hughton was appointed head coach of the senior national football team, the Black Stars, by the Ghana Football Association (GFA).

During his time serving as the Black Stars’ Technical Advisor in Qatar, Mr. Hughton was a formidable member of the team.

Chris Hughton is a former player and professional football manager who was born in England and played for the Republic of Ireland.

The GFA stated that the duration of the contract and the terms of engagement would be made public in due time.


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