Out of a hundred and thirty-two (132) who applied to fill Avram Grant’s vacant position as Black Stars coach, the GFA 6 member committee tasked to find the Stars a new manager has shortlisted 3 candidates for interview
Information gathered from starrsportsgh.com can confirm that the Ex-Stars Coach, James Kwesi Appiah who currently coaches Sudanese club Al Khartoum is a contender among the said three.
Identity of the other two has only been described as expatriates.
The three are expected to be interviewed by the Committee made up of Kwesi Nyantakyi, George Afriyie, Francis Oti Akenteng, Opoku Nti, Alex Asante and Emmanuel Owusu Ansah.
The ten days period to receive global applications for Grant’s successor saw Abdul Razak, Bashir Hayford and former Black Queens coach Kuuku Dadzie all attempting for the job.
It has been the concern of football pundits for a local coach to be appointed for the job and this makes it very possible for Kwasi Appiah to be named as the new manager for the Stars.