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7 Ghanaian Footballers who are doing well as businessmen after retirement

7 Ghanaian Footballers who are doing well as businessmen after retirement

Ghana has been special to have various players who played at the most significant level and had the option to achieve a great deal.

Luckily, however, there are a few Ghanaian footballers who have incredible plans and are procuring the their rewards for so much hard work after retirement.

A large portion of these players put resources into organizations. Beat Sports brings you eight resigned footballers who are doing great as money managers:

1. Asamoah Gyan

Ex-Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan is one of the most business-disapproved of footballers to at any point rise out of the landmass.

The veteran striker possesses various organizations, including land, occasion the board, sachet water creation, and transportation business among others.

Gyan’s profession may be getting to the sundown, however he is positively good to go for life after football.

2. Sulley Muntari

Midfielder Sulley Muntari is one Ghanaian footballer whose speculation beyond football genuinely deserve tribute.

The 37-year-old really possesses a carport in Italy, where exchanges various vehicles and engines.

For a still dynamic, this footballer is as yet dynamic, this is a venture that makes certain to bring benefits way after he has resigned from the game.

3. Laryea Kingston

Previous Black Stars winger Laryea Kingston has really hushed up since calling time on his profession, notwithstanding, he has been engaged with various organizations on the blindside of the media and general society.

 The ex-Ghana international proceeded to reveal that he has gained lands in Accra, and offers them to land organizations and people hoping to set up structures in the capital.

Subsequent to playing for such countless years in Europe, Laryea is set to partake in a decent retirement bundle, with his endeavor into land business previously blooming.

4. Derek Boateng

Previous Ghana midfielder Derek Boateng has likewise currently begun making arrangements for life after football by setting up a rich five-star lodging in Accra.

The sumptuous lodging has a large number of offices including rec centers, pools and grass impact floor coverings. Derrick is currently into hotel business in Ghana.

5. Tony Yeboah

Ex-Ghana striker Tony Yeboah is additionally not new to starting organizations outside his football vocation.

The aggressor resigned back in 2002 after a sparkling vocation, and quickly chose to set up an inn and dance club.

Yeboah is the proprietor of the Yegola club as well as the Yegola inn, which have branches in both Accra and Kumasi.

6. Odartey Lamptey

Nii Odartey Lamptey could have resigned a long time back, nonetheless, he has done whatever it takes to ensure his future after football is gotten.

The ex-Black Stars player has a football foundation and an international school – the Glow-Lamp International School – which he has been running for quite a long time.

7. Abedi Pele

Ghana legend and three-time African Footballer of the Year Abedi Pele partook in a recognized profession and he stays effective even after retirement.

The previous Olympique Marseille forward is presently the specialist of his footballer kids, Andre and Jordan Ayew, and is engaged with every one of their transfers.

He may not be basically as large as Jorge Mendes, however Abedi Pele is a fruitful player specialist and the enormous moves of his children demonstrate it. Specialists are known to get a decent rate from transfers and Abedi likewise claims Nania FC.


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