Athletics News of Tuesday, 23 June 2020
Source: Ghana Soccernet
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Previous Ghana mentor, Otto Pfister is pretty surprised that ex-Black Stars ahead Nii Odartey Lamptey failed to achieve the heights anticipated.
Lamptey was tagged as the next Pele just after his astounding shows at the FIFA U-17 Planet Cup in 1991, serving to the Black Starlets to gain the competitiveness.
However, he unsuccessful to stay up to expectation foremost to tricky stints in Europe with the likes of Anderlecht, Aston Villa, and Coventry Metropolis.
“Nii Odartey was a youthful lad with great expertise. He has had so numerous undesirable transfers in his existence as he was in the fingers of brokers who were not trying to find his interest. Until today, I can’t believe he did not have an amazing occupation like Sammy Kuffuor, Antony Yeboah and Abedi Pele,” he reported in an interview on Citi Television set
“Bad agents did that to him. He made so many transfers in his career. Relocating to China, transfer to Germany in the next division, Argentina to perform for Union Santafe. I really don’t know why.
“I believe he has performed in all the continents of the earth and I do not imagine he can decide a crew he can say he performed for long and that was his trouble. He also experienced challenges with his spouse and children and he has a very tragic tale to tell,” Pfister concluded.
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