Sports News of Wednesday, 9 December 2015
America-based Black Stars striker David Accam has admitted difficulty in choosing his favourite Black Stars coach saying he has learnt a lot from all the coaches.
The Chicago Fire striker received his first call-up to the Ghana national team under former Black Stars coach Kwesi Appiah for a 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification match against Sudan on 24 March 2013.
Even though Accam was an unused substitute in that game, he has improved his performance and has cemented a permanent role in the Black Stars.
Responding to a question as to who his favourite Black Stars coach is, the shy-looking striker said it difficult for him to name his favorite since all the Black Stars coaches have provided him with platforms to showcase his talent.
“It is difficult to name a particular coach as my favourite as all of them have provided me with the necessary platform to reach where I am today,” Accam told GHANAsoccernet.com
“I don’t really have a favorite coach. I have learnt a lot from all the coaches I have played under. Even though I am grateful to coach Kwesi Appiah for given me my first call up, I can’t name any as my favourite coach,” he added.
Accam, 25, has played under three different coaches including Avram Grant and Maxwell Konadu after joining the Black Stars in 2014.