KwesiAppiah is a 56 year old manager who took charge of the Ghana national football team on April of 2012 and he left the national side on September of 2014.
The 2018 World Cup qualifiers are edging closer and closer as the matches are scheduled to kick-off on September of the ongoing year. The Ghana national side is going through a fairly impressive period of time as the Ghanaian side managed to reach the quarter-finals of the 2010 edition of the World Cup.
In the 2014 World Cup, things did not go as impressively as they had to settle with the group stages but it’s still a position that is worth mentioning as there are many national sides that have never even managed to qualify for the worldwide competition.
Just by qualifying for any World Cup is a feat that does deserve recognition as it means that the national side which did achieve this had to advance through their respective group.
The former manager of the Ghana national team, KwesiAppiah is hoping that they continue qualifying and making memorable performances throughout the upcoming few years and the 56 year old manager stated that they should not sit back and take it easy as the competition is getting tougher each year with teams and players becoming better.
‘’There are no little or big teams in modern football.The game have developed in Africa and every opponent is strong now. If Ghana are going to qualify, then they will have to prepare for every match. We can’t just rest on past achievements, no matter how glorious the past was.” Former coach of Ghana, KwesiAppiah said.
KwesiAppiah is hoping that even though Ghana has been qualifying and doing pretty good jobs in qualifying for the past editions of the World Cup, that they should not take it easy and get overly confident.
Ghana was pitted in group E for the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers along with Egypt, Congo and Uganda.