Ghana’s safest legs on the football in the eighteen-yard box, Ransford Osei has retired from football at the age of 30 for obvious reasons.
The promising striker whom fate didn’t favour his career made the announcement in an interview with Humble Ike on YouTube from his base in Germany.
The 30-year-old last played for Lithuanian side FK Palanga which was his 11th club throughout his professional career.
Osei rose to prominence in 2009 when he led the Black Satellites to glory in the Africa Cup of Nations and World Cup.
On records, Ransford Osei won the golden boot in the 2007 Africa U-17 Championship and 2009 Africa Youth Championship. He also won the silver boot in the 2007 FIFA U-17 World Cup.
The striker was also featured for clubs Kessben, Kotoko, Granada, Bloemfontein Celtic, FC Twente and more.
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