Ransford Osei gives reason for his early retirement

Former Ghana U-20 star Ransford Osei has attributed his early football retirement to injuries, saying he did not reach his full potential.

The former Black Satellite forward was a member of the 2009 squad that conquered Africa and the World at the U-20 level.

Osei becomes one of the youngest players to quit the game after announcing his retirement from professional football at age 30, a decision that came as a surprise to many Ghanaians.

He last played actively in 2018 during a short spell with Lithuanian outfit FK Palanga.

According to him, persistent injuries caused him an opportunity to reach his full potential as a player.

“That is how the world is because some of my colleagues are still playing, even some are older than me but they are still playing”

“When I reached some part in my career I was struggling and I didn’t know where the consequences were coming from. I was struggling to go where I wanted to go in my career”

“I realised I was declining starting from 2012 when I was playing for Spanish club Granada. There are a lot of things in football, and injuries became a worry to me”

Ransford Osei featured for Asante Kotoko, Kessben FC now Medeama, and Berekum Chelsea.

He also had stints with FC Twente and Granada abroad.

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