Sporting activities News of Sunday, 2 August 2020
Source: Ghana Soccernet
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Former Black Stars coach James Kwasi Appiah has stated he is at this time not intrigued in football inspite of becoming contacted by a number of teams abroad for his providers.
The ex-Black Stars supervisor has discovered that he is concentrating on other factors outside the house athletics even while he has also been connected with doing the job with major golf equipment sides in Ghana as very well.
Appiah, whose agreement with the Black Stars was not renewed soon after it expired in December, explained he is concentrating on his other engagements in the state.
“Now I am not fascinated in football, my focus is on other items, even though I don’t know what will happen in the potential,” Kwesi Appiah reported in an in an job interview with Wontumi FM.
“But I will not want to know something about soccer.”
Appiah was relieved of his posture as head coach of the Black Stars in January 2020 right after the Ghana Football Affiliation resolved not to lengthen his expired deal.
It was the 60-12 months-old’s second spell as trainer of the Black Stars which he took more than in April 2017.
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