By Ameenu Shardow
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Ghana FA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi believes coach Kwesi Appiah has done more than enough to earn a contract extension but stressed the decision is not â€˜solelyâ€™ his to make.
The former Black Stars captain presided over Ghanaâ€™s fabulous qualifying campaign to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Appiah becomes the first indigenous coach to qualify Ghana to the World Cup finals with Serbians leading the charge in Ghanaâ€™s previous two appearances.
Sceptics have however questioned the tactical acumen and man-management skills of the former defender â€“ pointing out to his failures at the 2013 Nations Cup as ample proof.
But GFA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi says Appiah has impressed to warrant an extension as he initial two-year deal to be coach of the Black Stars near its expiration.
"Personally I prefer for him to stay on as coach of the Black Stars beyond his first two years," he told Montie FM.
"But the decision is not solely mine to make.
"Kwesi Appiah has done very well to be the first indigenous coach to qualify the team to the World Cup.
"He just didn't qualify us but he did it in grand style - smashing teams six, four and so on.
â€œBut it is a decision that will be taken at the Executive Committee level but personally I have been very impressed by his work."
Appiah has a 50 percent winning rate in his two-year reign as coach of the Black Stars.
The former Ghana international has won 10 times, lost seven and drawn three in the 20 matches he has presided over as coach of the Black Stars.