Former Black Stars captain Stephen Appiah believes the current crop of national team players “talk too much.”
Appiah, who captained the Stars to their two previous appearances at the Fifa World Cup in 2006 and 2010, feels there is a tendency to lose focus when players speak on too many occasions ahead of crucial matches.
“The players talk too much,” he said in an interview with Asempa Sports adding that “during my time we were not talking too much.”
“Essien, Sulley and I were not talking too much.” They should keep quiet and let their feet do the talking.”
Ghana suffered a painful 1:0 loss to Zambia in 2014 World Cup qualifier last Saturday but Appiah is confident that the Stars can still secure qualification drawing on the team’s previous experience in 2005. Continue reading “Ghana Black Stars Players Talk Too Much, Says Former Captain” »
Serbian Goran Stevanovic has been appointed coach of the 2010 World Cup quarter-finalists Ghana Black Stars. The 44-year-old would be unveiled to the Press on Wednesday January 12, 2011
Coach Goran Stevanovic replacing his fellow citizen Milovan Rajevac who led Ghana to the quarter-final at the FIFA 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
Below is a full profile of the new coach:
FULL NAME: Goran ‘Plavi’ Stevanovic
Date of birth: 27 November 1966 (1966-11-27) (age 44)
Place of birth: Sremska Mitrovica, SFR Yugoslavia
Playing position: Midfielder (retired)
|Playing Career (Clubs)|
|1996–1997||União da Madeira||30||3|
|2003–2006||Serbia and Montenegro (assistant)|
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