The 59-year-old has been involved in football all his life, having once been a footballer before retiring to become a coach.

Appiah’s playing career saw him play for the likes of Corner Stones and Kumasi Asante Kotoko.

He also became coach of the Porcupine Warriors and went ahead to serve as assistant coach of the Black Stars before assuming the substantive role.

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My father wanted me to become a lawyer but I chose football – Kwesi Appiah
My father wanted me to become a lawyer but I chose football – Kwesi Appiah

Speaking to Pulse.com.gh in an exclusive interview, Appiah opened up on his taste for powerful cars.

According to former Ghana coach, he loves Range Rovers and Land Cruisers, while further revealing which time is best to use each car.

“I love cars. If you are riding in town and you get a range rover, that’s nice,” Appiah told Pulse Ghana from his residence.

“But if you are travelling, [I prefer] Toyota Landcruiser to be better,” he added before letting out a big laugh.

Appiah is currently promoting his recently launched autobiography, titled 'Leaders Don't Have To Yell'.

The 400-page book is a leadership memoir in which Appiah shares his account of key events during his playing days and his two stints as coach of Ghana.