Appiah who is regarded by many as the best Black Stars leader in modern era last played competitive in 2011.
The former Accra Hearts of Oak and Juventus midfield kingpin never dreamt of entering into coaching, but was advised to do so by his friends as they think he has the wherewithal to become a great manager considering his outstanding relationship with playing body and the kind of respect he commands.
His experience under great coaches like Kwesi Appiah, Maxwell Konadu, Ibrahim Tanko at the Black Stars prompted the ‘tornardo’ to venture into the
The 39-year-old quit international football just after the 2010 World Cup, having led Ghana to two impressive World Cup outings following their debut in 2006. Appiah had 67 caps for Ghana scoring 14 goals.