Former Ghanaian U-17 sensentional striker, Ransford Osei has retired from football at the age of 30.
The Ghanaians have just realised that the talent of the once very good prospect Ransford Osei has been “wasted” after he announced his retirement from football whiles in an interview with Humble Ike on Youtube from his base in Germany.
Ransford Osei played for his 11th and last career club, FK Palanga in Lithuania.
Having won the Golden Boot in the 2007 Africa U-17 Championship and 2009 Africa Youth Championship, and the Silver Boot at the 2007 FIFA U-17 World Cup, Ghanaians expected a lot from the striker.
Unfortunately, series of injuries coupled with poor management decisions have rendered the young man almost “useless”.
Ransford has played Kotoko, Granada, Celtic and FC Twente but literally has nothing to show for it. He has also never gotten the nod to play for the Blackstar.