Ghana legend Abdul Razak is not giving up on coaching the Black Stars after being overlooked for the job.
The 1978 African Footballer of the Year was one of three local who applied for the job.
But he could not make the shortlist for the position.
''I am not disappointed even though I was confident I could land the job but everything is not lost, so far as we are still alive there are more things ahead,'' he told Kasapa.
''For now we just have to support our Appiah, he has been given the job and he needs our support to succeed.''
For more Ghana football news visit www.ghanasoccernet.com
Shock News:Woman Gives Birth to a Goat... See Photos
Scene of the incident
According to a Port Harcourt-based politician, Simeon Chukwu who shared the shocking photos and
The Boobs And Hips On This Lady Though...
A dream to SOME men...:-)
A rat exemplified motherly love when she risked her life fighting a snake that had snatched one of its babies.
The snaked was slithering away with
A three-year-old boy, Abubakar Usman, whose eyes were gouged out in January by suspected ritualists in Zaria, Kaduna state, Nigeria, has been enrolled in a