Former Ghana World Cup star Pimpong reveals ‘advising’ Black Stars defender Baba Rahman

Former Ghana international Razak Pimpong, doing his journalism work

Former Ghana international Razak Pimpong, doing his journalism work



By El Akyereko Frimpong
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2006 Ghana FIFA World Cup star Razak Pimpong has revealed he is constantly advising Black Stars defender Baba Abdul Rahman. 

Pimpong, 32, has now turned into media work with Danish second-tier side Viborg after ‘retiring’ from competitive football.

The former Accra Great Olympics forward has a vast experience from European football after playing for FC Copenhagen, Viborg and other Norwegian clubs.

He has revealed in an interview with Accra-based radio station – Happy FM, that he has been keeping in touch with a number of Ghanaian players.

“I talk a lot with Daniel Amartey who plays for my former club, Joseph Mensah and also Baba Rahman. I talk to him a lot from Germany,” he said.

Pimpong was a team-mate of AC Milan pair Michael Essien and Sulley Muntari at the 2001 U20 FIFA World Cup in Argentina where Ghana’s Black Satellites won silver.

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