Former coach of the Black Stars, Kwasi Appiah has said Ghanaians need to ask themselves some questions when it comes to winning the Africa Cup of Nations.
Ghana has not won the trophy since 1982 but has come close to lifting the trophy on three occasions.
Appiah, whose contract with the Black Stars ended on December 31 in an interview said some questions need to be answered before football fans can talk about winning the AFCON trophy for the fifth time.
“It is not easy [ to win the AFCON],” he said, “we need to plan.”
“We need to plan and ask ourselves do we have the quality [players] now?”
“If we do not have the quality [players], we should not put pressure on any coach.”
Appiah added that “no coach wants his team to lose a game” or “go to a competition and come back without the trophy.”
He advised the FA to have a plan and “groom players” and make sure they can win a trophy in the future.
by: Nana Asabere