Ghana Coach Kwesi Appiah is no longer hesitant in taking decisions as head trainer of the Black Stars.
According to the former Ghana captain, he is not under pressure to take certain decisions compared to his previous stint with the Black Stars.
Kwesi Appiah has been the talking point after refusing to hand invitations to duo Andre Ayew and his brother Jordan Ayew.
Many have also questioned his decision to “axe” some experienced players such as Afriyie Acquah, Emmanuel Agyemang Badu and John Boye from his recent call-ups.
The former Al Khartoum Coach says he is not petrified by the possibility of being sacked due to his decisions.
“You see, you learn a lot and there are so many things that happen in the background. In my first spell, I was afraid of so many things like getting the sack and all,” he said on Metro TV’s Sports file.
“But now, I am not afraid of getting the sack. I am not afraid of taking any decision. There is nothing I am afraid of now because, at the end of the day, it does not go well, it is all on me.
“I always do all I need to in order to get the best out of my work. People can suggest but they cannot interfere with my work.”
Coach Appiah has been tasked to qualify Ghana to the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon after the team failed to make it to the FIFA World Cup in Russia next year.
The Black Stars continue their Cup of Nations qualifying campaign in March next year.
By Frank Darkwah