The Black Stars has promised to help make the team powerhouse on the African continent again
Appiah, 56 was handed a two-year contract to coach the Black Stars in his second stint with the senior national male football team of Ghana.
The former Black Stars skipper who will resume job on May 1 arrived at the Kotoka International Airport and was welcomed by a large crowd of football faithful on Friday.
He used that chance to thank the nation for offering him another opportunity to coach the Black Stars and has therefore stated that he will make the Black Stars big again.
“I will take this opportunity to thank the President of the nation, the FA and every Ghanaian up to the last baby born today for giving me a second chance to coach the national team,” he told the press at the Airport.
“I will do the best that I can, but I can never do it without your help. I will need the support of every Ghanaian to make our Black Stars proud and big again,”
Kwesi Appiah was part of the Black Stars team who won the last of Ghana’s four Africa Cup of Nations in 1982 in Libya