Posted On Friday, 2nd August 2013
Kwesi Appiah says Ghana Premier League has improved tremendously due to the quality of coaches on the local scene.
The Ghana coach made those remarks after picking up a CAF License A certificate at the Ghanaman Soccer Excellence in Prampram with 43 other local trainers.
Appiah believes the Ghana top-flight has been a beneficiary of the many coaching courses being organized by the Football Association.
“If you look at previous seasons and compare it to last season and this season, there has been a vast improvement and for me I believe that it all boil down to these courses we are doing,” Appiah told Radio XYZ.
“I think it’s been really beneficial, in the sense that you meet so many coaches who are knowledgeable and the sort of ideas and views we pick from each other during that period are helpful.”
The Confederation of African Football has decided to hand Ghana its two remaining slots for inter-clubs competition in to increase the number from two to four.
Asante Kotoko and Berekum Chelsea will play in the CAF Champions League next year while Medeama and Dwarfs in the Confederation Cup.