Former coach of the Black Stars, Kwesi Appiah, has appeared before the World Cup Commission probing Ghana’s participation at the 2014 World Cup.
Appiah, who lost his job last Friday, appeared in-camera before the three-member fact-finding body Tuesday.
The embattled coach spent about an hour with the Justice Senyo Dzamefe Commission in private to brief them about sensitive issues in Brazil. The ex-Ghana international had a tough time at the World Cup and had to expel midfield duo Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari for assaulting team officials.
Reliable sources said the 54-year-old, who managed the Black Stars for a little over two years, is expected to have another private session with the Commission Thursday before making a public appearance sometime next week.
The Commission is enquiring into matters relating to the management of the Black Stars and events in their camp during the global football showpiece. Other members of the probing outfit are lawyer and sports administrator, Moses Foh-Amoaning and sports enthusiast, Kofi Anokye Owusu Darko.
Abraham Boakye, popularly known as ‘One Man’ Supporter, is scheduled to appear before the Commission Thursday alongside the Ghana Football Association’s Public Interest Committee.
Former sports minister Elvis Afriyie Ankrah has already appeared before the Commission.