Former Black Stars captain, Stephen Appiah has confessed his readiness to join the technical team of former side, Hearts of Oak.
The ex-Juventus midfielder since retiring in 2015 has maintained his desire to pursue a coaching career.
Having already served as the technical coordinator of the Ghana Black Stars, Stephen Appiah has revealed his readiness to join Hearts of Oak.
In an interview reported by footballmadeinGhana, the 39-year-old said he’s looking to join the Ghana premier league giants.
“It’s always good to start from somewhere, I am not rushing to coach the senior national team, I have to get the experience [first].
“So to get the experience from somewhere, why not join Accra Hearts of Oak, I will learn under the Hearts of Oak coach”, Appiah added.
With the Phobians looking to appoint an assistant coach to support head coach Edward Nii Odoom, recent reports suggests that the former Hearts midfielder is hot among the options being considered by the club.
Stephen Appiah enjoyed an illustrious career abroad playing for clubs like Juventus, Brescia, Fenerbahce, Udinese, among others.
He served in a non-playing capacity as member of Ghana’s team for the 2014 World Cup being appointed technical coordinator of the team three years later.