Kwesi Appiah is the new coach of Ghana National Team Black Stars , he born on 30 june 1960 at Brong Ahafo Ghana.
Here are some of his fascinating facts and achievements.
1.Captained the Black Stars
Kwesi Appiah was the captain of the Black Stars in the late 1980’s to the mid 1990’s. He would turn into the third Black Stars captain to mentor the group – C.K Gyamfi and Edward Aggrey Fynn had before captained and guided the Black Stars.
2.Africa Cup of Nations champ
Kwesi Appiah was a part of the Ghana national team that won the 1982 Africa Cup of Nations in Libya, which was the last time Ghana did as such. He highlighted conspicuously at left full back position for the Black Stars, under the tutelage of C.K Gyamfi.
3.In the first place Ghanaian mentor to win gold at the All African Games football
Kwesi Appiah mentored the national U-23 group, the Black Meteors to win Ghana’s first historically speaking gold in the All African Games in 2011. That title had evaded Ghana since the commencement of the opposition in the 1960’s however Appiah made it a reality.
4.CAF Champions League victor with Asante Kotoko
He was marked from Mine Stars to Asante Kotoko and assumed a key part as the Porcupine Warriors won the 1983 African Club Champions Cup (now the CAF Champions League). Kwesi Appiah would skipper the team later on.