Sudan Football Federation Responds To Allegations Of Conflict Of Interest: “We Are Counting On Kwasi Appiah’s Professionalism”

When the Sudanese Football Federation plays the Black Stars of Ghana in the 2025 Africa Cup of Nations qualifications, they will be relying on the professionalism and experience of Ghanaian coach Kwasi Appiah.

On July 4, 2024, in Johannesburg, South Africa, the 2025 AFCON Qualifiers draw was held, and Ghana was drawn into Group F.

The 2025 AFCON Qualifiers will see Ghana play Angola, Sudan, and Niger in Group F.

The two nations in each group with the highest point total from the qualifiers advance to the event, which will be held in Morocco.

In the 2023 AFCON qualifiers, Ghana and Angola advanced together from their group.

There have been allegations of a possible conflict of interest against Kwasi Appiah, the coach of Sudan, Ghana’s group opponent and former Black Stars star.

However, in an interview with Angel TV, Badreldin Ibrahim, the Sudanese Football Federation’s Legal and Regulatory Officer, acknowledged the conflict of interest but expressed faith in Kwasi Appiah to overcome it and conduct himself professionally in the performance of his duties as Sudan’s coach.

“There is tension, but Kwasi Appiah finds himself in a special and delicate circumstance. In the AFCON qualifiers, Coach Kwasi Appiah’s professionalism and dedication to the Sudanese Football Federation will be put to the test when they play Ghana.

He can bring a wealth of expertise to the table, which may work to our benefit; nonetheless, performance and results will speak for themselves. However, the conflict persists,” he stated.

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