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1982 African Cup of Nations Players: Abedi Pele, Stephen Keshi, Henry Nwosu, Mudashiru Lawal, Alex Chola, Isaac Paha, Opoku Nti Books LLC

1982 African Cup of Nations Players: Abedi Pele, Stephen Keshi, Henry Nwosu, Mudashiru Lawal, Alex Chola, Isaac Paha, Opoku Nti

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Published May 30th 2010
ISBN : 9781157396529
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32 pages
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Chapters: Abedi Pele, Stephen Keshi, Henry Nwosu, Mudashiru Lawal, Alex Chola, Isaac Paha, Opoku Nti, Chaabane Merzekane. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 31. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishersMoreChapters: Abedi Pele, Stephen Keshi, Henry Nwosu, Mudashiru Lawal, Alex Chola, Isaac Paha, Opoku Nti, Chaabane Merzekane. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 31. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Appearances (Goals). National team caps and goals correct as of 7 April 2007Abedi Ayew, also known as Abedi Pele (born 5 November 1964) is a former Ghana International football player and captain. He was named African Footballer of the Year in 1991, 1992 and 1993. Additionally, Pele named him as one of the top 125 greatest living footballers in March 2004. Abedi Pele was born into a family in a small village called Oko near Dome at the northern outskirts of Accra. Abedi Pele was one of the pioneers of African football in Europe. One of the first great African players to make an impact on European club football, he played for teams in Switzerland, Germany, Italy and most famously France where he was very instrumental in Marseilles prominence in the European Champions League during the early 1990s. Amongst his international accolades, he was often included in FIFA All-star selections and captained the African all-stars in their victory over their European counterparts in the Meridian Cup of 1997. He left Ghana for Qatar after the 82 African Cup. After a short spell with F.C. Zurich in Switzerland he returned to Ghana but, after both Kotoko and Hearts of Oak failed to signed him, joined AS Dragons FC de lOueme of Benin. He would later return to Ghana and play for Real Tamale United for a season. He started his European career in France with Chamois Niort, then Montpellier and Lille, before he moved to Olympique Marseille. He later joined Lyon. He also played for Torino of Italy, where he won the Best Foreign Player in Serie A, before finishing his European sojourn with 1860 Munich. Abedi ...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=616624