Appiah close to Sudan deal

Former Black Stars coach, Kwasi Appiah, says he is close to landing a lucrative deal in the Sudan.
Coach Appiah has been offered a deal too good to resist by Sudan Premier League side, Khartoum FC, which has left the former Stars skipper in a dilemma.
Confirming the deal in an interview with the Graphic Sports yesterday, the soft-spoken Appiah said though he decided to take some time offfootball after parting ways with the senior national team a few months ago, the new offer had compelled him to reconsider that decision.
He revealed that the Khartoum FC proposal came through an agent and he had given himself up to next week to take a firm decision on it.
“I’m still studying the proposal and hope to decide on it by next week,” Appiah pointed out.
He declined to give details of the deal but hinted that it was “a good deal compared with what pertains on the local scene.”
He also confirmed his intention to carry along Medeama head coach, Prince Owusu-Ansah, as his assistant, if he finally settles with the Sudanese club.
Meanwhile, Graphic Sports’ investigations have also revealed that two other mouth-watering offers are chasing Coach Appiah, apart from the Sudanese deal, ostensibly due to his exploits with the Black Stars.
Appiah excelled with the Stars both as a player and coach and is on record as being the only local coach to have qualified Ghana to the senior FIFA World Cup.