Former Black Stars coach, Kwesi Appiah says he has really improved as a coach two years after leaving the Ghana job.
The former Black Stars defender is currently coach in Sudan where he is in charge of Al-Khartoum.
Appiah led the Sudanese side to a fifth place finish in the just ended league.
He was awarded the best coach in the Sudanese league despite finishing fifth.
He believes there have been improvements in his coaching career hence being awarded in Sudan.
Speaking to Joy sports the former Ghanaian international said ‘’By the grace of God I am the best in Sudan’’
‘’There is an absolute big difference coaching the national team and a club side even though I coached Kotoko before taking up the Black Stars job,’’
‘’In recent years there has been a lot of improvement and I have actually learnt a lot coming to Sudan. It has also widened my scope of coaching and I believe in future I will impact it on other coaches and players from Ghana.’’