Head Coach of Ghana Black Stars, Katakyie James Kwasi Appiah has given his solidarity message to his former club, Kumasi Asante Kotoko in the wake of the fatal accident that occurred last Wednesday night.
The former captain of the Porcupine warriors released an audio this afternoon to affirm his support for the players and technical staff who suffered various degrees of injuries on the Kumasi Accra Highway.
“I wish to extend my profound sympathy to the Board, Management, Technical team, playing body, staff and followers of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, following Wednesday night’s unfortunate accident while the team was returning from Accra after a mid-week match in which one person also lost his life”.
“I am devastated by this tragic incident and my thoughts and prayers are with the family of the departed”.
“May God heal your hearts and grant you the strength to go on”.
“I pray for a speedy recovery for the injured physically and emotionally”.
“I believe the team will come back stronger even as my prayers and thoughts remain with you”.
Coach Appiah is still in the United States of America after Ghana’s two friendly matches against Mexico and USA. He is monitoring Ghanaian players playing in the MLS.
Doctor Appiah played for Kotoko and was the captain in the late 80s.