The former Black Stars boss has confirmed that he has entered into talks with the Sudanese FA to fill the vacant position
Former Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah has confirmed media reports that he could become the new coach of Sudan.
The 62-year-old was relieved off his position by Ghana FA following the expiration of his contract and although a section of Ghanaians are calling for his return, he has opted to move on.
Reports were rife last weekend that Appiah could agree a deal with Sudan FA who are in the market to explore the possibility of hiring a top-notch coach for their senior national team new after the sacking Zdravko Lugarusic few weeks ago.
“We started talking yesterday (Sunday) and so it’s true,” Appiah is quoted as saying by GhanaSoccernet.
“But these are preliminary talks. We are talking so we will see what happens in the future,” he added.
Appiah, who previously coach Sudan Sudan Premier League side Al Khartoum, guided Ghana to the knockout stage of 2019 Africa Cup of Nations staged in Egypt.