“Ghana would have won the 2010 world cup if I was the coach” – Kwesi Appiah

• Appiah, assistant coach to Milovan Rajevac, believes the 2010 Black Stars squad had superior quality and consistency.
• He believes the success of a coach is heavily influenced by the quality of the team they work with.
• Appiah believes the 2010 squad’s years of experience and consistency could have improved their chances of winning the World Cup.
• He emphasizes the importance of quality players in determining a team’s achievements.
• Ghana made it to the quarter-finals in the 2010 World Cup, making them the third African country to reach the final stage.

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Kwesi Appiah served as the assistant coach to Milovan Rajevac during the World Cup in South Africa. He believes that the 2010 Black Stars squad had a depth of quality and consistency that the current squad lacks.

He stated that the success of a coach is heavily influenced by the quality of the team he is working with.

He expressed confidence that if he were coaching the 2010 squad now, he would have a good chance of winning the World Cup because of the team’s years of experience and consistency.

The coach highlighted the fact that the 2010 squad had been together for about five or six years, which contributed to their success.

He emphasized that the quality of players available to a coach at any given time plays a significant role in determining the team’s achievements. He conveyed these thoughts in an interview with Untold Stories TV GH.

During the 2010 World Cup, Ghana made it to the quarter-finals before being eliminated, making them the third African country to reach that stage of the tournament.

The coach’s comments shed light on the importance of having a well-established team with quality players in order to achieve success at the highest level of international competition.

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