Ghana Black Stars to lose potential coach, James Kwasi Appiah as Tanzania Football Federation has approached him to be their new sporting Director of the Tanzania National men’s team.
Tanzanian Football Federation has prepared a proposal to sign former Ghana Black Stars coach Kwasi Appiah to become the technical director of their national team. According to Ghanasportspage.com, The Tanzanian Football Federation has approached the former Ghana Coach, Appiah.
Our deep source can confirm that TFF has brought the offer and Kwasi Appiah is studying to make a better decision should in case GFA appoints him as the next Black Stars coach.
Also some months ago, two top clubs in Tanzania, Azam FC and Samba Sports club approached him to be their head coach the club. However, Appiah is yet to make a final decision on the above job offers.
Kwesi Appiah became the first Ghanaian coach to take the Black Stars team to a FIFA World Cup tournament when he qualified the team for the 2014 tournament in Brazil. He was the head coach for the senior national team when they exited the CAF Africa Cup of Nations tournament in Egypt at the round of 16 stages of the competition against Tunisia.
He has been out of work for a while after leaving his position as the Black Stars head coach and later joined Kengpong Football Academy as the Technical Director.
Former Al Khartoum coach Appiah recently applied for the vacant Black Stars coaching job. Tanzania Football Federation is waiting to hear a response from the camp of the experienced football Manager, Kwasi Appiah.
Appiah has received technical training from English clubs Manchester City, and Liverpool. He was Ghana’s assistant coach between 2007 and 2012 and was appointed as the Head coach of the Black Stars in April 2012.