Who is James Kwesi Appiah?
James Kwesi Appiah is a soccer trainer in Ghana and former footballer himself. He can be called Akwasi Appiah. He’s played Asante Kotoko from 1983 to 1993 as left player and also for Ghanaian national staff from 1987 to 1992 and also captained the team also. At present, he’s the director of Sudanese club Al Khartoum. After his Ghanaian staff qualified to its World Cup 2014 at Brazil, it left him the first black African trainer to spend the nation into the World Cup. Coach Appiah and along with his wife Angela was together for the last 28 decades. They’re such as soul mates that are authentic.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BiO2XKZHvw5/?taken-by=stephenappiahofficialThey have three daughters. In addition, he has a granddaughter, Naana that is turning three and she’s asked for a soccer as a portion of her next birthday gift. A staunch Catholic, Appiah considers in everything for a goal and that he enables God to have the last say in anything he can.