Former Ghana coach Kwasi Appiah has signed a three-year contract with the Sudan Football Association as he takes charge of their national team until 20th October 2026.
Appiah penned a three-year deal with the Sudanese FA in Saudi Arabia, as the Sudanese Football Association currently operates from there due to the instability in Sudan.
He was unveiled on October 9th 2023 alongside his assistant Ignatius Osei Fosu and former Ghana goalkeeper Fatau Dauda, who will serve as the goalkeeper’s trainer.
Appiah has been tasked to put things in order for the team following a run of poor results.
His immediate task is to prepare the team for their upcoming international matches against Togo and DR Congo in the World Cup qualifiers.
Ghanaian coach James Kwasi Appiah won his game with the Sudanese during the FIFA international friendly game last Tuesday 17th October 2023. Sudan, who had been without a win in their last four games, secured a 1-0 victory over Chad at the King Fahd Sports City Stadium in Saudi Arabia under Ghanaian tactician/
Appiah is expected to continue his role as the technical director of Asante Kotoko and also an Executive Council member of the Ghana Football Association.
Kwesi Appaiah led the Black Stars to two Africa Cup of Nations as well as the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.