Experienced Ghanaian coach J.E Sarpong has urged Kwesi Appiah to stop the experimentation of Black Stars players.
Appiah has come under the line of fire for his continuous tinkering his squad following the side’s 1-0 defeat to Kenya in a 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier over the weekend.
The gaffer is also under intense criticism for his decision to leave out captain Asamoah Gyan and brothers Andre and Jordan Ayew in his recent squad.
He has been accused of lacking the managerial skills to handle the egos of players amid the recent impasse.
And former Hearts of Oak coach J.E Sarpong has urged him to stick with a workable plan.
“We have four matches to go and if we keep on experimenting, we might not see the light of the day, so I think it’s about time the coach stops the experimentation and bring players who are tried and tested,” Sarpong told GNA.
“The likes of Asamoah Gyan, the Ayew brothers and others are still active and I think they need to come back. Kwesi Appiah should know how to manage the egos of some players, because they have seen it all and he should try and manage the situation to prevent it from escalating beyond repairs,” he said.
“If we embark on mass changes in the team, we might not get the needed stability as new players should only be introduced into the team to strengthen certain positions, but a wholesale change doesn’t help team building,” he added.