The Ghana Football Association has unveiled eight(8) managers on Tuesday to lead the Black Stars national team programs; to qualify to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia and 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon.
The well attended event was held at the Ghana FA secretariat in Accra.
Kwesi Appiah was officially unveiled as the new coach of the Black Stars with iconic former captain Stephen Appiah named as the coordinator between the technical team and the playing body.
Three ex-Ghana internationals Ibrahim Tanko, Stephen Appiah and Richard Kingston were also confirmed members of the newly-look Black Stars backroom staff.
Speaking on Tuesday at his unveiling ceremony at the GFA Secretariat, the 56-year-old said "he’s learnt a lot from his past mistakes".
"There are so many mistakes I believe I did the other and I will not repeat them.” he told the Press
New Black Stars backroom:
Head coach – Kwasi Appiah
Assistant 1 – Ibrahim Tanko
Assistant 2 – Maxwell Konadu
Technical Director – Stephen Appiah
Goalkeepers’ Trainer – Richard Kingson
Team Doctor – Chris Adomako
Video Analyst – Michael Okyere
Equipment Officer/Welfare Officer – Ismail Hamidu