PFAG congratulates Appiah on Black Stars appointment

Published on: 11 April 2012

By Ameenu Shardow

The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) have sent a congratulatory message to newly appointed Black Stars coach Akwasi Appiah.

The 51-year-old was on Monday appointed the substantive replacement for Goran Stevanovic after weeks of head hunting.

The association whose membership includes past and present Ghanaian footballers say Appiah who is coincidentally the President of the group will enjoy the association’s fullest support during his tenure.

“The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana Board of Directors (Stephen Appiah Co-vice President, Michael Essien Co-vice President, Anthony Baffoe General Secretary, Kwame Ayew, Marcel Desailly, Abedi Pele Ayew and Sammy Kuffour), Members and staff congratulates our associations president, Kwasi Appiah on his appointment to the Black Stars head coach position,” portions of a statement read.

Appiah will be officially unveiled at an organized press conference on Tuesday in Accra.

Below is a copy of the full statement released by the PFAG:




  • jona
    says: 7 years ago
    we do not want any Prince Tagoe in the black stars.he can go and play or the black princess that is werehe is needed.look at the background .he is der as if he can do anything.not evwn shoot a call ups of inactive dead horses and kwesi appiah will do well