Ex-Ghana youth international Osei Boateng has confirmed he will quit football by 2014 following a topsy-turvy career.
The Liberty Professionals gloves man is quitting the game after failing to establish himself despite been tipped for greatness.
The former Asante Kotoko shot-stopper says he will call time on his career in the next three years to focus on other areas in the game.
He told Happy FM: “I believe I have had my bit of the game and think the next three years will be fine for me to hang my gloves for younger ones,” the 30-year-old told Happy FM.
“However I will not be leaving football entirely as I have other plans. But at the moment I want to concentrate in my last three years of the career and then we’ll take it from there.”
Boateng has had a bittersweet experience in the game after he was banned for a year in 2002 after been charged for improper conduct in Kotoko’s Premier League game against defunct Power FC.
He was a member of the Ghana Under-17 team which won silver at the 1997 Fifa World Cup in Egypt.
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