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Christian Atsu can't be bothered by Ghana FA decision to appoint technical advisor

Published on: 27 August 2014
Christian Atsu

Winger Christian Atsu is indifferent to the decision by the Ghana Football Association to appoint a technical advisor for the Black Stars.

Serb Milovan Rajevac and Flemming Serritslev from Denmark have been shortlisted for the job after a one-week search by a three-man committee headed by Ghana FA vice-president Fred Crenstil.

Atsu was given his breakthrough in international football by head coach Kwesi Appiah and he will ready for any change to the team’s technical department.

“Well I cannot say it is in the right direction or not,” Atsu told Ghanaian journalist Russell Wiafe.

“All that I’m hoping for is for us to get a very decent team that will be able to qualify for the African Cup of Nations and win it. I’m a footballer and I don’t want to talk about all these issues.”


This article has 3 comment(s), give your comment
  • fish says:
    August 27, 2014 01:17 pm
    **** you GSN,leave the boy to work hard and get regular playing time.Oh,you want to bring him on the spotlight for saying something negative about clueless Appiah?,You suckers.
  • Kweku says:
    August 27, 2014 01:47 pm
    how can u ask such a stupid question gsn. u guys fool paaa ah.
  • papa nkrumah says:
    August 27, 2014 01:55 pm
    Thank you Atsu! GSN paa? Why must you involve players in administrative issues. Even our captain Gyan has no right to get involved with issues concerning which coaches we employ. Can you imagine Gerard or Lahm suggesting whether a coach should go or stay? Did Giggs and co have any say in the Moyes sacking, or the LVG appointment. Aaaaba! What kind of too known wrong focus is that!?