Posted On Wednesday, 24th April 2013
Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah has met some of the Ghanaian players at Manchester City as he continues to share skills with the technical team of the English side.
Several Ghanaian players are currently training with the youth side of the club after being invited over from their Right to Dream Academy in Ghana.
The Right to Dream Academy team is in England as they are preparing for the Nike Youth tournament in Holland this week.
The Ghana national team coach visited some of the Ghanaian youngsters in the Man City youth side.
Appiah begun another knowledge-sharing programme with the technical team Man City this week.
Appiah is spending a week with coaches at Carrington training ground led by City boss, Roberto Mancini.
He will again exchange technical ideas in the game in what is his second visit to the former Premiership champions.
The scheme is part of a cooperation agreement between the Ghana Football Association and Manchester City.
It forms part of preparations towards Ghana’s qualifying match in the 2014 World Cup with Sudan in June.
Aside from developing and sharing skills, Appiah will also monitor Black Stars players as the domestic seasons in Europe reach their concluding stages.