Coach James Kwesi Appiah is getting closer and closer to becoming the next Asante Kotoko coach, Ghanasportspage.com can confirm.
Information reaching us indicates that there is already an agreement in principle between Asante Kotoko and the ex-Black Stars manager to make him the next coach of the club.
We can also confirm that Kwasi Appiah will coach Asante Kotoko for free if the club CEO Nana Yaw Amponsah agrees to the conditions that the 62-year-old trainer told him to do.
However, if all goes according to plan, he will commit himself to the role for the agreement to be made official and public.
Kwesi Appiah, one of the most decorated coaches in Ghana, has long been linked with the role – but has now edged closer to the position.
Having managed the Black Stars of Ghana, the experienced trainer would bring one of the most fearsome managerial records in the game to Asante Kotoko.
He has been out from club management since he departed from Kenpong Soccer Academy earlier this year.
Kwesi Appiah won ten trophies with Porcupine Warriors during his playing career. He was part of the squad that won the African Cup of Champions Clubs (now CAF Champions League) in 1983.
Following his retirement, he served as the assistant coach for his former Porcupine Warriors. He was subsequently promoted to serve in the role of head coach from 1995 to 1996.
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