The postmortem of Ghana’s woeful performance at the Africa Cup of Nations has seen people blaming the head coach Kwesi Appiah for the team poor outing in Egypt.
A lot of people are already calling for the head of the coach after Tunisia overcome Ghana in the round 16 of the competition.
Reacting to the call of the fans, veteran football administrator Kofi Manu “Blue Boy” rejected the outcry of the fans by insisting everyone deserved to take the portion of the blame for the team’s disastrous performance not solely the coach.
‘People are preaching against Kwesi Appiah whereas what happened is not solely his fault, but it includes all.” He told Ashh FM Sports.
“From the presidency to the last supporter, all of us should be blamed. If we are dissolving, then it should start from the presidency to the last supporter”
“Why were some people put there as managers of the Blackstars when they have no business doing in Egypt.
“When we say a team, then we don’t refer to only the playing aspect, we have management, technical and the main actors who are the players” He added
The last time Ghana won the African Cup of Nations was 1982 in Libya.