Found November 27, 2013 on Ghanasoccernet:
PLAYERS: Stephen Appiah
Stephen Appiah Ex-Ghana captain Stephen Appiah prefers the Black Stars draw tournament favourites in their Group for the 2014 FIFA World Cup finals. The former Juventus and Fenerbahce star says the 2010 World Cup quarter-finalists should not be scared of playing some of the highly-rated countries early on in the tournament. Appiah, who captained Ghana to her debut World Cup finals in 2006 and a bit-part player in South Africa, believes the current select-band of players are capable of conquering the world’s best sides. The 32-year-old is of the view that having tough opponents will bring the best out of the team. “I think that if we are going to be scared about the sort of countries we will face then we  have to forget  about  the World Cup,” Appiah told Joy FM. “I think  the important thing is we have to  be prepared to meet any team comes our way “At times you know football  can be very tricky, when you play against big clubs its more easier than playing with small countries so I ...

Ex Ghana captain Appiah ready to take up official Black Stars role

Ex Ghana captain Stephen Appiah Former Ghana captain Stephen Appiah says he is ready to accept an official role with the Black Stars team at 2014 World Cup. Some sections of the Ghanaian public have been craving for the inclusion of the former Juventus star in the official Ghana delegation at next year’s tournament in Brazil. Appiah remains famous for his inspirational role in...
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