Ghana Football Association (GFA) capo Kurt Okraku remains confident Charles Kwablan Akonnor will become one of successful Black Stars coaches if given time.
The former Asante Kotoko gaffer was appointed with a two-year contract at the beginning of the year 2020 replacing former boss James Akwesi Appiah and is yet to play an official game due to COVID 19.
“I am very positive that CK will succeed with the national team. He has played in Germany for Wolfsburg and also captaining the Black Stars as well. He was a big player. By way of coaching, he has had stints with Hearts of Oak, Kotoko, Dreams FC, and Ashantigold so I think he has experience in coaching,” Kurt Okraku, who worked with Akonnor at Dreams FC, told Topical Radio in Germany.
“He is a true son of the land and it is about time we all rally behind him with prayers and whatever support. Once Ghanaians and the Ghana FA support him, I have no doubt that he[Akonnor] and David Duncan will take the Black Stars to a different level. I’m very positive about the future.”