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Ghana FA's decision to dissolve technical teams wasn’t meant at targeting Kwesi Appiah-Randy Abby

Published on: 17 January 2020

 

Ghana Football Association Executive Council member, Randy Abbey has disclosed that the decision to dissolve the technical teams of the various national teams wasn’t targeted at ex-Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah.

The FA in a statement released on January 2, 2020 dissolved all the technical teams of the various national teams which according to him was a move to reconstitute the various national teams.

“We didn’t dissolve the national teams because of Kwesi Appiah. If he had a binding contract with the FA it wouldn’t have affected him. We wanted to reconstitute the national teams that was the reason for the dissolution”, he told Asempa FM.

The Ghana Football Association Executive Council has appointed ex-Ghana International Charles Kwabla Akonnor to replace Kwesi Appiah.

According to Randy Abbey, majority of the Executive Council members where in support of the appointment of Charles Kwabla Akonnor as they wanted a local coach to head the team.

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