Former Black Stars skipper Stephen Appiah has a dose to cure hypocrites in a powerful message in which he enjoins individuals to stay real and quit living their lives to please others.
The ex-Black Stars captain took to his Instagram account to inspire the public to live life right and never pay attention to critics.
“Being a person is like a goalkeeper; no matter how many good goals you have saved, people will only remember the one you missed”
Dwelling on the power of positivity he advised people to, “never live life to impress others; but rather “always do the right thing to keep ”.
In a report by myjoyonline.com yesterday, Stephen Appiah expressed his readiness to serve in the Black Stars if given the nod the work in any capacity on the team.
Several reports have linked the former Black Stars captain to the role of team manager as part of what could be a backroom staff of former players for the team.
In addition to Appiah, former keeper, Richard Kingson and Ibrahim Tanko have all been named to assist Kwesi Appiah who makes a return to the job he took 5 years ago.