Kwesi Appiah: Ghana would’ve won the 2010 World Cup if I was the coach

Ex Ghana coach Appiah believes he would have lead the Stars to 2010 world cup glory if he was the manager

Kwesi Appiah believes Ghana could have won the 2010 World Cup if he was the coach

Former Black Stars coach Kwesi Appiah reveals Ghana could have been world cup champions in 2010 if he was the manager of the team.

Appiah based his point on the fact that, the former squad had quality and we’re also consistent, unlike this current crop of players.

He further lamented that a good team determines the success of the coach.

“If I was the 2010 team now, maybe I could boldly say I am going to win the World Cup. The team had been there for about five to six years, so consistency was there.

“The quality of players you have at a particular time determines how much you can’t achieve as a coach,” – Appiah told Betty Yawson on Untold Stories TV GH.

Kwesi Appiah was Black Stars head coach between 2012 and 2014, where he became the first local coach to lead Ghana to the 2014 world cup.

He was later handed the job in 2017 and got sacked in 2020 following a poor champaign in the 2019 Africa cup of nations.

Ghana Black Stars became the third African country to reach the world cup quarter final stages in 2010 when Milovan Rajevac was the coach with Kwesi Appiah being his assistant.

Former Black Stars head coach Kwesi Appiah