President of division one club King Faisal, Alhaji Karim Grunzah has waded into the Black Stars coaching argument although James Kwasi Appiah remains at post.

The Black Stars endured a dismal run at the African Cup of nations losing on penalties 5-4 to the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia.

Since then, the position of current gaffer Kwasi Appiah has come under a lot of scrutiny with many Ghanaians calling for his head as they believe he lacks the needed tactical acumen to steer the affairs of the team.

Alhaji Grunzah an avid aficionado of expatriate coaches has disclosed in an interview with Kumasi based Ashh Fm that no black coach can handle the affairs of the senior national team to success.

Rumours are swelling that former assistant coach of the Black Stars, Maxwell Konadu could be handed the job  but Grunzah has dismissed that idea saying it's an exercise in futility.

"There is no Black coach in Ghana who can coach Black Stars and even if coach Maxwell Konadu is given the nod to coach the black stars it would be a disaster" Alhaji Karim Grusah concluded.