Accra - The Ghana FA have backtracked on earlier statements about the contentious issue of needing a technical adviser, SuperSport report.
Spokesperson for the country's football governing body says the sacked Black Stars coach Kwesi Appiah’s never asked for a technical adviser.
Previous statements by the body had hinted that Kwesi Appiah had issued a cry for help, fuelling public speculation that another coach be added to Ghana's technical bench.
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"Upon our return," FA spokesman Sanni Daara said, "management thought that going forward in the way to approach our future matches, we should look at the experiences we gained from the World Cup, we should do things that other countries have done that has helped them."
"And that we should look into that direction of bringing a technical adviser to help the coach; that was the understanding we had," he explained.
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