Former Black Stars head coach Charles Kwabla Akonnor has revealed that he was not too pleased with some issues during his tenure with the national team.
The 48-year-old was appointed Ghana’s head coach in January 2020, after the contract of Kwesi Appiah came to an end.
He guided the team in 10 matches where he won four of them and lost four. Akonnor was sacked in September 2021 following a run of poor performances.
“I still support the Black Stars. I’m a Ghanaian. I love my country. I was once the coach [and] it didn’t go well. It doesn’t mean anything. I am just not too happy with certain things but my love for my country still goes on,” he told 3Sports.
Akonnor added that he will still support the team but will make his thoughts known sometime in the future.
“There were things that I wasn’t happy with. I don’t like excuses but I love my country and I will support [them]. It’s been a long story, a long journey but one day it [the problems] will come to an end. One day [I will tell the story], maybe in a book.”
Akonnor has a wealth of experience in football, playing for the Black Stars and coaching some of the biggest clubs in Ghana including Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak.
By: Bill Eshun|3Sports|Ghana