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Saturday, 23 May 2020 21:04

Stephen Appiah okays two World Cup appearances despite no AFCON title Featured

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The former Juventus star feels elated to represent his country at two consecutive FIFA World Cup tournaments despite not winning trophy with the West African nation.
Former Black Stars captain Stephen Appiah says his international career was successful after qualifying Ghana to their first-ever FIFA World Cup tournament in 2006.
Appiah also expressed his worried about his failure to lead the Black Stars of Ghana to win its fifth Africa Cup of Nations title.
The 39-year-old captained the four-time Africa Cup Of Nations winners to the 2006 FIFA World Cup which was staged in Germany.
"I didn't win any trophy [with the Black Stars]. People won trophies but their target was always to play at the World Cup," Appiah told Joy Sports 
"So far as we qualified to the World Cup it was successful. I would have also loved to win an Africa Cup of Nations trophy"
He scored fourteen goals in his 67 times for the senior national team of Ghana.
Appiah is among the few players to have represented Ghana at U17, U20, U23 and senior level on the World stage
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