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Postby xqs me » Tue Apr 10, 2012 8:01 pm

It could B intersting 2 know by which criteria Akwesi Appiah´s appointment as the head coach of the Black Stars was made.

It seems 2 me that upon the adequate qualification measures by which a local coach should B considered, would & shud hv Selas Tetteh in mind.

Selas Tetteh was the assistant coach 2 Coach Duya during the 2006 World Cup qualification, the 2006 world cup itself, & continued under Le Roy 4 the 2008 ACN. He was also the stand-in head coach 4 the Black Stars in the absence of a permanent coach b4 the appointment of Coach Milo.

He is also the only internationally-acclaimed successful Ghanaian local coach, by way of his success at winning both the African, & the FIFA U-20 tournament in Egypt. He has gone on 2 spice his credentials by being an independent head-coach of the senior national team of _Rwanda.

I sincerely think this is a pretty good CV.
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Postby NaMrecco$ » Tue Apr 10, 2012 8:04 pm

you people and wahala... whats the beef now?
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Re: local Coach? Selas Tetteh

Postby Empire of Victory » Tue Apr 10, 2012 8:05 pm

xqs me wrote:It could B intersting 2 know by which criteria Akwesi Appiah´s appointment as the head coach of the Black Stars was made.

It seems 2 me that upon the adequate qualification measures by which a local coach should B considered, would & shud hv Selas Tetteh in mind.

Selas Tetteh was the assistant coach 2 Coach Duya during the 2006 World Cup qualification, the 2006 world cup itself, & continued under Le Roy 4 the 2008 ACN. He was also the stand-in head coach 4 the Black Stars in the absence of a permanent coach b4 the appointment of Coach Milo.

He is also the only internationally-acclaimed successful Ghanaian local coach, by way of his success at winning both the African, & the FIFA U-20 tournament in Egypt. He has gone on 2 spice his credentials by being an independent head-coach of the senior national team of _Rwanda.

I sincerely think this is a pretty good CV.


team has evolved since 2008... This is the 2010-2012 era.
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Postby xqs me » Tue Apr 10, 2012 8:06 pm

NaMrecco$ wrote:you people and wahala... whats the beef now?


Let me remind U, this is a debate forum!!!!!!
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Postby Charles H.I.C Sackey » Tue Apr 10, 2012 8:09 pm

NaMrecco$ wrote:you people and wahala... whats the beef now?


What he's saying is legit. Or nobody should ask questions anymore?

It looks like Tetteh has more on his resume, no?
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Postby NaMrecco$ » Tue Apr 10, 2012 8:11 pm

Charles H.I.C Sackey wrote:
NaMrecco$ wrote:you people and wahala... whats the beef now?


What he's saying is legit. Or nobody should ask questions anymore?

It looks like Tetteh has more on his resume, no?
yeh Rwanada?? :arrow: :arrow: :arrow: if AA is not qualified then no one is... guy has been babysitting this team since i dunno when :arrow: :arrow: :arrow:
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Postby Charles H.I.C Sackey » Tue Apr 10, 2012 8:16 pm

NaMrecco$ wrote:
Charles H.I.C Sackey wrote:
NaMrecco$ wrote:you people and wahala... whats the beef now?


What he's saying is legit. Or nobody should ask questions anymore?

It looks like Tetteh has more on his resume, no?
yeh Rwanada?? :arrow: :arrow: :arrow: if AA is not qualified then no one is... guy has been babysitting this team since i dunno when :arrow: :arrow: :arrow:


I don't think he's saying that, buddy. He didn't say A.A isn't qualified.
He's implying that perhaps Sellas Tetteh is more qualified.
I think that is a good question. He hasn't said anything negative about Appiah.
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Postby NaMrecco$ » Tue Apr 10, 2012 8:36 pm

Charles H.I.C Sackey wrote:
NaMrecco$ wrote:
Charles H.I.C Sackey wrote:
NaMrecco$ wrote:you people and wahala... whats the beef now?


What he's saying is legit. Or nobody should ask questions anymore?

It looks like Tetteh has more on his resume, no?
yeh Rwanada?? :arrow: :arrow: :arrow: if AA is not qualified then no one is... guy has been babysitting this team since i dunno when :arrow: :arrow: :arrow:


I don't think he's saying that, buddy. He didn't say A.A isn't qualified.
He's implying that perhaps Sellas Tetteh is more qualified.
I think that is a good question. He hasn't said anything negative about Appiah.
read what you wrote!! hes not saying this but he is saying is more ??? are u serious?

you are fat but yr friend is more fatter than you...

who is fatter? your friend.

AA is qualified,,, but ST is more qualified... so

who is more qualified: ST...

basically saying they should have selectED ST
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Postby Charles H.I.C Sackey » Tue Apr 10, 2012 8:40 pm

NaMrecco$ wrote:
Charles H.I.C Sackey wrote:
NaMrecco$ wrote:
Charles H.I.C Sackey wrote:
NaMrecco$ wrote:you people and wahala... whats the beef now?


What he's saying is legit. Or nobody should ask questions anymore?

It looks like Tetteh has more on his resume, no?
yeh Rwanada?? :arrow: :arrow: :arrow: if AA is not qualified then no one is... guy has been babysitting this team since i dunno when :arrow: :arrow: :arrow:


I don't think he's saying that, buddy. He didn't say A.A isn't qualified.
He's implying that perhaps Sellas Tetteh is more qualified.
I think that is a good question. He hasn't said anything negative about Appiah.
read what you wrote!! hes not saying this but he is saying is more ??? are u serious?

you are fat but yr friend is more fatter than you...

who is fatter? your friend.

AA is qualified,,, but ST is more qualified... so

who is more qualified: ST...

basically saying they should have selectED ST


:oops: :oops:
Dude, seriously?!
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Postby Fatso » Tue Apr 10, 2012 10:39 pm

Selas Tetteh is not fully certified. Does he have a GCE Certificate? :lol:
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Postby Kwakubaboni » Wed Apr 11, 2012 12:27 am

Sellas Tetteh is a middle school form 4 leaver. He is not cerebral and comes across as a dimwit.
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Postby dopestyzo » Wed Apr 11, 2012 1:07 am

Tho' Im fully behind Akwasi Appiah (Mayeyie), the points are well taken. Tetteh has more skins on the wall but I think A.A. is natural coach. I remember his last days at fabulous and the way he coached Emma Ampiah, Frimpong Manso and others at the back. Kotoko training ground was a delight to watch.
Those empty suits at the F.A needs to give him free hands to work.
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Postby truemamamia » Wed Apr 11, 2012 1:13 am

Charles H.I.C Sackey wrote:
NaMrecco$ wrote:you people and wahala... whats the beef now?


What he's saying is legit. Or nobody should ask questions anymore?

It looks like Tetteh has more on his resume, no?


yeah but sometimes life is about timing. He hasnt been with the team for more than 2 years. It makes sense to give continuity to Appiah as he has been involved with the recent project
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Postby KD » Wed Apr 11, 2012 1:14 am

truemamamia wrote:
Charles H.I.C Sackey wrote:
NaMrecco$ wrote:you people and wahala... whats the beef now?


What he's saying is legit. Or nobody should ask questions anymore?

It looks like Tetteh has more on his resume, no?


yeah but sometimes life is about timing. He hasnt been with the team for more than 2 years. It makes sense to give continuity to Appiah as he has been involved with the recent project


I would have liked for the 2 of them to work together as co-coaches like Sweden did about 10 years ago
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Postby Slik » Wed Apr 11, 2012 1:15 am

Kwakubaboni wrote:Sellas Tetteh is a middle school form 4 leaver. He is not cerebral and comes across as a dimwit.



But he won the under 20 world cup.. Whiles you've managed to win sh*t in ur life.. Dimwit :roll: :roll: :roll:
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Postby truemamamia » Wed Apr 11, 2012 1:20 am

Kwabena Dankwa wrote:
truemamamia wrote:
Charles H.I.C Sackey wrote:
NaMrecco$ wrote:you people and wahala... whats the beef now?


What he's saying is legit. Or nobody should ask questions anymore?

It looks like Tetteh has more on his resume, no?


yeah but sometimes life is about timing. He hasnt been with the team for more than 2 years. It makes sense to give continuity to Appiah as he has been involved with the recent project


I would have liked for the 2 of them to work together as co-coaches like Sweden did about 10 years ago


I think it is always good to have one person making the shot. I dont support the 2 coaches system. I think it would have been nice if Selas was Coach and Appiah the assistant. But I think Selas can still join the coaching staff as a scout or something for them to work together. As for Assistant...I doubt he go take :P
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Postby KD » Wed Apr 11, 2012 1:30 am

truemamamia wrote:I think it is always good to have one person making the shot. I dont support the 2 coaches system. I think it would have been nice if Selas was Coach and Appiah the assistant. But I think Selas can still join the coaching staff as a scout or something for them to work together. As for Assistant...I doubt he go take :P


It would also depend on how willing they are to work with each other. But I would like to see Kwasi Appiah's coaching staff
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Postby Ohemaa___ » Wed Apr 11, 2012 9:25 am

Selas Tetteh will be a solid addition to the BS Team.
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Postby Kwakubaboni » Wed Apr 11, 2012 10:45 am

Slik wrote:
Kwakubaboni wrote:Sellas Tetteh is a middle school form 4 leaver. He is not cerebral and comes across as a dimwit.



But he won the under 20 world cup.. Whiles you've managed to win sh*t in ur life.. Dimwit :roll: :roll: :roll:
Fa wu nkwasias3m sor hor. You think i am a mediocrity embracing moron like you. When an 18 year old SHS graduate goes to write an exam meant for 14 year JHS students and gets 100% it is called cheating and must not be applauded. The fact that Sellas won a boys' competition with men doesnt mean he is a good coach. When he went to Rwanda he was abysmal and he was exposed. If i were Sellas i would improve on my coaching ability instead of hiding behind that hollow victory at under 20.
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Postby keen observer » Wed Apr 11, 2012 10:48 am

Kwakubaboni wrote:
Slik wrote:
Kwakubaboni wrote:Sellas Tetteh is a middle school form 4 leaver. He is not cerebral and comes across as a dimwit.



But he won the under 20 world cup.. Whiles you've managed to win sh*t in ur life.. Dimwit :roll: :roll: :roll:
Fa wu nkwasias3m sor hor. You think i am a mediocrity embracing moron like you. When an 18 year old SHS graduate goes to write an exam meant for 14 year JHS students and gets 100% it is called cheating and must not be applauded. The fact that Sellas won a boys' competition with men doesnt mean he is a good coach. When he went to Rwanda he was abysmal and he was exposed. If i were Sellas i would improve on my coaching ability instead of hiding behind that hollow victory at under 20.


There are 1000's of SHS graduates who took the exam. Only one of them has passed it, so that should count for something. No?
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