Former Ghana captain Stephen Appiah has disclosed his readiness to work with the Black Stars if his services are needed.
The former Black Stars skipper who qualified Ghana for its maiden world Cup in 2006 in Germany says he will not hesitate to work for his motherland country when called upon to do so
“I haven’t received any letter. I am a business man, I have players I am managing, I have players that I am training and I have other things that I’m planning to come out with. I am around so if it comes to working with the Black stars I am ready to serve,” he told Accra based Happy FM.
“I haven’t received any letter so I don’t know but if I receive a letter I will let you know.” He added.
The former Juventus star has been tipped to be the next team manager of the Black Stars team under re-appointed coach Kwesi Appiah.