Former Ghana Captain, Stephen Appiah has revealed he is keen on playing active football again after some years off the pitch contrary to media reports that he has retired from active football.
The former Juventus player has been a free agent since leaving Serbian side Vojvodina two seasons ago. He was drafted in Ghana’s technical team for the Brazil World Cup but has decided to return to active club football if the need arises.
The 33-year old announced his international retirement after the 2010 World Cup but insists his club football has not come to an end and has the verve to play club football
“I haven’t announced my retirement yet, as the saying goes ‘never say never’ and until I have come out to announce my retirement anything can happen,” he told Joy Sports.
“I’m still training as you can see and I’m very fit so we will see what will happen.”
Stephen Appiah captained Ghana at their World Cup debut in 2006 and was a member of their squad for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.