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Kwasi Appiah: Sudan coach talks positive on 2026 World Cup qualifiers journey

Kwasi Appiah’s work as Sudan head coach in the 2026 Fifa World Cup qualifiers has been fruitful and exciting for Sudanese nationals.

The former Black Stars gaffer has three wins and a draw in their group and are ahead of African giants Senegal.

But the gaffer asserts that not playing their home games in Sudan is a major bane in their plans.

Appiah took over the East African nation’s football in 2023 and its been difficult to play in Sudan due to political unrest in Khartoum and other cities.

2026 WCQ: Sudan flourishes under Ghanaian coach Kwasi Appiah

“The major problem has been all our home games are also away. Because we have to travel to Libya to play our two home games,” Appiah told Collins Okinyo.

“We even don’t know yet where we will be sent to play our next games. The other side of it is, I would say the players have done well so far.

“The first two games that we played, we were fortunate to have three professionals.”

Kwasi Appiah works with former Techiman Eleven Wonders and King Faisal trainer Ignatius Osei Fosu as his assistant coach.

Sudan will face Senegal in their next qualifier, aiming to solidify their position at the top of the group.

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