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31 May

Tony Yeboah reveals why he didn't sign for Kotoko

The legendary striker has opened up on why he snubbed Asante Kotoko for Okwahu United.
Former Ghana international Tony Yeboah has revealed the reason behind his switch to Okwahu United in 1986.
The 53-year-old explained that he refused to sign for the Porcupine Warriors following their decision to hand him opportunity at the senior side.
"Every year they selected three players to join the seniors. I was not selected though I was in top form so I got angry and left Kotoko for OSA, Neoplan Stars, Cornerstones and then Okwahu United," Yeboah told GTV Sports Plus
“That time Kotoko had Opoku Nti and they brought Anane Kobo. I adored these players as my heroes and due to the competition I chose Okwahu United,” 
During his stint with Okwahu United, he bagged 35 goals in 35 games for the former Ghana Premier League side.
His explosive output attracted him interest from several European clubs but opted to join German side FC Saarbrücken before joining Eintracht Frankfurt where he netted 68 goals in 123 appearances.
Yeboah also played for Leeds United, Hamburg SV and Al Ittihad.
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