Former skipper of the Black Stars, Stephen Appiah has revealed that he will soon release a memoir and it’ll contain deep details
According to Appiah who led Ghana to its first World Cup in 2006, many people only saw him play for Accra Hearts of Oak before moving to Europe, but are unaware about some details of his life.
“People saw me playing for Accra Hearts of Oak, U-17, U-20 and move to Europe. So they know about my career but there are some deep details that people don’t know,” Appiah said in an Interview with Joy TV as quoted by GhanaWeb.
He added, “I have to keep it to myself because definitely one day I will write my book and I will put them in. It should be a surprise but I have certain deep details.”
“When I mention that I come from Chorkor, you have to know that I have really come a long way,” Appiah said.
Stephen Appiah enjoyed an illustrious career. He represented Hearts of Oak, Udinese, Parma, Brescia, Juventus, Fenerbahçe, Bologna, Cesena, and Vojvodina.
At National level, Appiah represented the Ghana at U-17 level, U-20 level, U-23 level and the senior level, the Black Stars. He was part of the team that won the 1995 U-17 World Cup.