The Public Relations Officer (PRO) of Andre and Jordan Ayew, Fiifi Tackie has described Kwesi Appiah as a coach but not a manager.
he Public Relations Officer (PRO) of Andre and Jordan Ayew, Fiifi Tackie has described Kwesi Appiah as a coach but not a manager.
According to him, he (Kwesi Appiah) failed to manage the situation between him and the Ayew brothers.
Andre and Jordan Ayew have being long absentees from the National team following the return of Kwesi Appiah as the head coach of the Black stars.
“Kwesi Appiah has not managed the situation well and the issue couldn’t have gone viral if he (Kwesi Appiah) had managed the situation well”. He said.
The PRO said, Kwesi Appiah should have gone ahead to decide on the faith of the Ayews if he does not need them in the Black stars after declining to honor Ghana’s friendly game.
He affirmed that, the head coach of the National team should deal with the Ayew brother’s situation once and for all if he is not happy with the recent happenings.
Fiifi Tackie in an interview with an Accra based station said, Kwesi Appiah was reluctant to take a decision whether he needs the Ayew brothers or not. Declaring his stand could have helped abrogate this matter but to say you are looking at other players is not the best.
There is a reason why the English call their head coaches managers. The reason is that, they are able to manage any situation they come across well. If Kwesi Appiah is not happy with the current situation between him and the Ayew brothers, he should come and spit it out rather than wasting our time, saying he is monitoring other players.
When Kwesi Appiah went to the United Kingdom to visit Ghanaian players, he neglected the Ayew brothers even at the time they were battling relegation with Swansea City in the Premier League”. He averred.
He opined that, they are not fighting the coach to invite the Ayew brothers into the National team but says they will contest and fight for their position to prove that, they are committed to the Black stars.
“These guys has shown commitment anytime they don the National colors and they will continue to be committed to the Black stars call up and on this note, I will end by saying no condition is permanent”. He cautioned.