Former Black Stars defender Obour narrates how his career crashed

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Ex-Ghana international Emmanuel Osei Obour has disclosed what got his football career in dismay, following the death of legendary Ghanaian football administrator Sly Tetteh.

Obour, a former Hearts of Oak SC and Black Meteors defender says his career was on a growth until the demise of Sly Tetteh.

The 40-year old in 2006 made Black Stars squad during the World Cup qualifiers but was on the substitute bench when Ghana defeated South Africa for their maiden World Cup tournament.

In an interview with Dan Kwaku Yeboah, the 2004 Olympic Games defender, said he had a deal to join French Ligue 1 side when Sly Tetteh suddenly passed away.

Tetteh was the man orchestrating the move for Obour but died suddenly.

Watch how he narrates the incident.

Story Kolog Bonaventure

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