Extra Time: Kwesi Appiah watches on as Ashanti Gold defeat Wafa

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The Black Stars manager was in attendance as the Miners won against Wafa to move up on the league log on Sunday

Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah arrived in Obuasi on Sunday to watch the Ghana Premier League matchday 21 outstanding game as Ashanti Gold defeated Wafa 2-0 at the Len Clay Sports Stadium.

The 56-year-old returned from United States of America few days ago after spending almost two weeks in the country following the Black Stars' international friendly games against Mexico and USA.

He spent time to monitor Ghanaian players in Major League Soccer including Latif Blessing, Gideon Baah, Patrick Nyarko, Kofi Opari and Chris Odoi-Atsem.

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Goals from Hans Kwoffie and Samed Ibrahim were enough to put smiles on the faces of the home fans after going two games without picking a point.

The victory pushes Ashanti Gold to 12th position, three points clear with six matches to end the season.

Goal understands that Kwesi Appiah will be in Kumasi on Monday and prepare for the Super Clash between Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak on Sunday.

He is expected to name his squad to face Congo in the 2018 Fifa World Cup qualifiers in August.

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