Former Ghana skipper Stephen Appiah says he is ready to work as the Team Manager of the Black Stars if he is called upon by new coach Kwasi Appiah for the role.
Reports emerged days after the Ghana FA named Kwasi Appiah as the successor of Avram Grant that Stephen Appiah will be named the next team manager of the West Africa giants.
The former Juventus midfielder responding to the reports insisted that h has not been contacted for the role but will welcome the offer if approached.
“I have not received any offer from anyone or any letter to that effect. But I will be ready to work for the Black Stars,” he told pressmen.
“I am a business man who manages players and train a lot of them as well. I have my private engagements but if it comes to working with the Black Stars, I’m ready,” he added.
Appiah, who is highly recognized by many as the most successful Black Stars captain for qualifying Ghana to two successive senior World Cups was a member of the Black Stars backroom staff during the 2017 AFCON in Gabon.