Kwesi Appiah sacked as Ghana national team football coach

Kwesi Appiah sacked as Ghana national team football coach

Kwesi Appiah has been relieved of his duty as the head coach of the Ghana national football team by the country's soccer governing body.

The 59-year-old Ghanaian is not the only person sacked by the Ghana FA, as all the coaches handling their teams at all levels were thrown out.

Ghana Football Association chiefs made the decision on Thursday, January 2, thereby ending the second tenure of Kwesi Appiah and his high-profile technical staff.

The Ghana Football Association has been under new leadership since October, and those in charge think there should be a clear-out process in the new year.

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"The decision affects both male and female national teams.

"The GFA extends its appreciation to all coaches and members of the respective national teams for their contributions to our teams and Ghana football.

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"We wish them all the best in their endeavours,'' the Ghana Football Association explained in a statement.

Richard Kingson, Charles Akunnor and Stephen Appiah were all assistants to Kwesi Appiah at the national team.

Meanwhile, Kwesi Appiah played for the Ghanaian national team between 1987 and 1992 appearing in two FIFA World Cup qualifying matches and he also captained the team.

Earlier, had reported how Ghana and Chelsea legend Michael Essien showed off his new look in 2019 and social media users are really talking about it.

Essien’s first 2019 photo was sighted and he looks handsome spotting his new haircut.

The combative midfielder is known to have had bushy hair when he shot to fame after joining French side from Olympic Lyon in 2003 from Bastia.

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