The Sudanese FA have reportedly contacted Ghanaian tactician, Kwesi Appiah to become the country’s national team head coach.
According to a report by Kumasi-based Oyerepa FM, talks have reached the advanced stage as the Sudan FA are determined to handover the senior male national team job to the former Al Khartoum gaffer before the resumption of the upcoming AFCON qualifiers.
It is believed that Kwesi Appiah has emerged as a top target for the Sudan national team job after impressive three-year stint with Al Khartoum.
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The legendary Asante Kotoko defender was appointed Ghana head coach in 2012 before former Chelsea FC manager, Avram Grant took over in 2015 prior to the African Cup of Nations which Ghana lost the final to Ivory Coast on penalty shootouts.
Kwesi Appiah later joined Al Khartoum in Sudan between 2014 and 2017 and was the club’s fans favorite.
The report further states that Kwesi Appiah has also emerged as a top target for Tanzanian powerhouse, Simba Sports Club, who are determined to break the bank for his service as the club’s technical director.
Meanwhile, Kwesi Appiah has already applied for the vacant Black Stars coaching job, seeking for a third time with the Ghana senior male national team.
Kwesi Appiah is among the over 1000 coaches who have applied for the Black Stars job and remains the only local coach to have sent his application letter to the Ghana Football Association for the top job.