Kwesi AppiahNewly appointed Black Stars coach, Kwesi Appiah has, in an exclusive interview with Happy FM pleaded with Ghanaian media men as moderate with him when seeking information about his treatment of the team, especially during these early stages of his contract.

According to the former assistant coach of the team, he will need to select some bit of concentration for at least his first two games his team before the media on him for answers to certain decisions can descend.

“Some media men call you around 3 am or 4 am. When it happens this way, concern a bit because you don’t have the chance to concentrate “. He complained

“I will plead with media houses to keep up with their calls and interviews for a while so we can concentrate to a team for our first two games to build”.

Laying bare its concerns, that he also admonished to fall on the concerned media houses GFA Communications Director, Sannie Darra, in case they try any clarifications on the Black Stars.

“The FA put in structures for media, so the Communications Director, Sannie Darra could be reached, so we know how to go about the team”. The Black Stars coach said.

Kevin-Prince Boateng and touching on situations where Asamoah Gyan, mentioned the affable and calm coach there are plans in place for him for a visit to the players to show them in the team.

“I’m still speaking with authorities so that I could go and they talk back in the team, because they are all very good players who should the national team”. He said

On the composition of his technical team stated that he still in talks with the Football Association to settle at men who become part of the backroom staff.

Kwesi Appiah was appointed as the Black Stars coach about a month ago when the GFA parted company with Serb Goran Stevanovic after he led the Black Stars failed trying to win the Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea in February 2012.

Benjamin Agyei-Boateng/happyghana.com

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