On the heels of his team’s back-to-back victories, Black Stars Head Coach, James Kwesi Appiah has announced that he will launch a book in December.
The book is titled “Leaders Don’t Have to Yell,” with a subtitle “National Team Coach on Leading High-Performing Teams.”
The book was announced through pictures of the book’s cover that were posted on various social media platforms.
The book’s co-author, Kyei Amoako, added that the book is scheduled to be released in late December.
According to a statement available on the book’s website, the 400-page book is a leadership memoir in which Appiah shares his account of key events during his playing days and his two stints as the Black Stars coach, as well as his thoughts on the future of Ghana football.
Appiah has been on the Ghana football scene since the early 1980s, and captained both Kumasi Asante Kotoko and the Black Stars during his playing days.
He is in his second tenure as the Black Stars coach with his contract set to expire in December.
Source: Ghana | Angelfmonelinegh.com | Samuel Sackey