What Coach CK Akonnor has done is unheard of in our recent history of our senior National team. Coach CK Akonnor released the list off the double header qualification ties with Sao Tome and Principe and South Africa. Ghana has to get a point to qualify for next African cup of Nations. The Black Stars coach called locally based players for those two games. Indeed the coach needs to be given recognition. Whiles this is a milestone for our local league, it is a also a very big challenge for the local guys to prove
Dr. Prosper Narteh Ogum guided WAFA to third last season Former Ghanaian coach Kwasi Appiah has a Phd,Dr.Prosper Narteh Ogum supports success in the club. The former WAFA boss accepted hard work and started pre-season training on Monday. Ogum’s mission is to help Qinzi regain her dominance in the local area and return to Africa.
Jordan Ayew is the youngest son of the legendary Abedi Pele, has been one of the most impressive players of Crystal Palace Football Club in England. His impressive career at the club has now landed him a record of being the highest Ghanaian scorer in the English Premier League. This record was set on Saturday June 20th, as they trashed Bournemouth by an impressive two goals to neil. Jordan Ayew scored the second goal and become the highest Ghanaian scorer in the English Premier League, one goal more than th
It felt more like a dream than a reality when I heard that the C.K. Akunnor led-Black Stars had been walloped 3 goals to nil by Mali. At a point, I felt exasperated considering how much is being spent on the coach to pastor the team. While some may still say it is too early to sound judgmental about the performance of the coach and his team, it is also important to stress that we demonized Kwasi Appiah for being sloppy and a bad manager. Akunnor is paid handsomely well but his output is refusing to justify
It's not in my arrangements for Asante Kotoko Specialized Chief occupation" – Mentor Kwesi Appiah. Previous Asante Kotoko coach James Kwasi Appiah has countered that he isn't in any case competing for work at his previous Club. Reports in the nearby media, uncovered that the ex-Dark Stars player and prompt gone lead trainer of the Senior National group is set to be named Asante Kotoko SC Specialized Executive anticipating the destiny of Football returning in Ghana In any case, the previous Khartoum
Late Ghana aide mentor Tanko has uncovered he lost his Black Stars employment in 2019 due to doubts of him subverting then-lead trainer James Kwasi Appiah.Following two years with the four-time African heroes, the ex-Borussia Dortmund striker was shockingly soothed of his post which was subsequently topped off by CK Akonnor.
Asante Kotoko Legend Papa Arko has revealed that during their playing days they were playing for pride but no money. According to him, there is no feeling that can compare to winning a trophy for your side. “We played for pride, not for money. No feeling that could ever compare to winning an African Cup for Asante Kotoko and your name still remains in the minds of the supporters”. “Apart from our salaries, there were other incentives we received from the fans”. He told Nhyira FM. Papa Arko played
Football fans more especially sports journalists have started rendering various apologies to the former Black Stars Coach, Kwasi Appiah over the abysmal performance shown in the two games against Ethiopia and South African under coach CK Akonnor. Many are of the view that, the current head coach should step down or the GFA president sacks him since he has no team, no tactics and has no identity.
Former Ghana Black Stars Coach Kwasi Appiah has backed the newly appointed Coach, Dr. Prosper Narteh Ogum to succeed at Asante Kotoko. The former captain and gaffer of the Porcupine Worriors is of strong conviction that the academician has a lot under his sleeve to make the club glow.
It's a big worry to Ghanaian football lovers and supporters of the Ghana Black stars as well as supporters of arguably the biggest club in the country, Kumasi Asante Kotoko that they have never seen any major continental trophy for such a long period. One could say the Black stars and Asante Kotoko are birds of the same feathers since the Last time they all won a major continental laurel was in the early 80s. The Black stars last won a major trophy in 1982 when the African Cup of Nations was hosted in Libya.
The Black Stars of Ghana will be continuing their perfect start in the Afcon qualifies today against Sudan at the Cape Coast Stadium. The Stars led by coach Kwasi Appiah won their first two games against South Africa and Sao Tome and Principe. Thus, much will be expected from the new manager, C.K Akonnor and his team. Black Stars are currently on top of the group C table with 6 points and 3 goals. Though, the team will be without some key players who were invited for the double header against Sudan, yet the
This is quiet shocking on the part of Kotoko. The prophet has once prophesied about Asamoah Gyan and has pointed out some of the secrecy going on in the camp of Kotoko. This prophet has done enormously well in the local terrain. The popular soothsayer of Ghanaian football, Isaac Kwaku Gyan has prophesied that Hearts of Oak will emerge victorious in the just halted Ghana Premier League season 2019/20. The popular prophet Seer Gyan, has already congratulated Accra Hearts of Oak for their friutful season. Seer
The sporting world has never been bereft of the mythical predictions towards the loving game - from football to athletics to handball, netball, long tennis, badminton and the rest. Football has, and continue to endure such predictions with the latest, fresh on our memories is 'Paul the octopus', who correctly predicted almost 100% of all matches during the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. Others strongly believe in them and have always argued out their stance based on their personal experience on those beliefs,
Stephen Leroy Appiah born on 24 December 1980 is a Ghanaian former professional footballer who played as a midfielder. Appiah was a member of the Ghana national team, which he has represented at the youth, Olympic, and senior levels. Moreover again, the ex-Juventus midfielder during his time was handed the opportunity to join the national team backroom staff in 2017 following the appointment of James Kwasi Appiah as new head coach of the outfit. The amazing fact is that, in 2010, after a World Cup game, he told
The Veteran Ghanaian football coach and former Asante Kotoko and Ebusua Dwarfs gaffer, J.E Sarpong seems not be happy about how players are called up into the Senior National team, the Black Star for 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying matches against South Africa and Sao Tome and Principe. According to
The Ghana Senior men team (Black Stars) has gone through a lot of transition, from the days of Kwasi Appiah the former Head Coach of the club. He did well to introduce some top name players and other unknown players from no where to participate in the Senior National Team. Some of such players are Lumor Agbeyenu, Daniel Amartey, Tekpetey et al. Coach C.K Akonnor has also follow the same suit with his current call up for the AFCON qualifies. He called players with no hype in Ghana, but playing actively outside
Appiah was eligible to represent both Ghana and England. On 24 December 2014 he was called into the 31-man provisional squad for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations by Ghan He made his debut in Ghana's 2–1 win over South Africa on 27 January 2015 and scored his first international goal in the quarter-final victory over Guinea. Asante Kotoko SC and representation of former Black Stars striker Kwesi Appiah have opened up talks to bring the player for a season. The idea is to have experience player to help the young
The Ghana national team Black Star plays against Qatar today. Most people think this is an opportunity for the man in charge of affairs, coach C K Akonnor to as a matter of fact redeem the image of the team after suffering a humiliating 3-0 defeat to Mali last week. The Mali defeat marks Charles Akonnor’s first game since he took over from Kwasi Appiah as the head coach of the Black Stars. Mali dominated the game and subsequently scored three unanswered goals against Ghana’s Black stars. Through their
The Minister of Youth and Sports, Isaac Asiamah idealistic Charles Kwabla Akonnor will dominate as the the mentor of the Black Stars. Akonnor was delegated recently to supplant Kwasi Appiah; keeping up the convention of working with nearby mentors. Concerns have been raised about Akonnor's involvement in questions cast with respect to whether he will prosper in this job. Talking on Adom TV's Fire for Fire program, the Sports Minister said he is trusting Akonnor, a previous National group chief to succeed.
Coach C .K .Akonnor is a black stars manager currently.Ahead of African cup qualifies,Coach C .K Akonnor has assembled a twenty three man squard to face Mali in a friendly game. Coach C K Akonnor is a immediate past coach of Kumasi Asante Kotoko. He took Asante Kotoko sporting club to the money zone in CAF confederations cup. After sacking Coach Kwasi Appiah as a Ghana black stars manager, Coach C K Akonnor was appointed. Many of Ghanaians are saying Coach C K did not gain the black stars coaching job on merit