OFFICIAL: Stephen Appiah quits football

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Updated: January 16, 2015
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Former Ghana captain and ex-Juventus and Fenerbahce midfielder Stephen Tonardo Appiah has officially  quit active football, an official statement which was announced Wednesday.

Appiah started his professional football career with local club Accra Hearts of Oak before moving abroad.
The former Juventus star led Ghana to its first World Cup appearance in 2006 and also played a key role at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa where Ghana finished in the Quarter Finals.
Appiah will be mostly remembered for his dedication and commitment on the pitch.
– See more at: http://www.myjoyonline.com/sports/2015/January-14th/stephen-appiah-retires-from-active-football.php#sthash.aWURIEhS.dpuf
 Appiah started his professional playing career with local club Accra Hearts of Oak before moving to abroad.
The former Juventus star led Ghana to its first world cup in 2006 and also played a key role in the 2010 world cup held in South Africa where Ghana finished in quarter finals.
Appiah started his professional football career with local club Accra Hearts of Oak before moving abroad.
The former Juventus star led Ghana to its first World Cup appearance in 2006 and also played a key role at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa where Ghana finished in the Quarter Finals.
Appiah will be mostly remembered for his dedication and commitment on the pitch.
– See more at: http://www.myjoyonline.com/sports/2015/January-14th/stephen-appiah-retires-from-active-football.php#sthash.aWURIEhS.dpuf
Appiah started his professional football career with local club Accra Hearts of Oak before moving abroad.
The former Juventus star led Ghana to its first World Cup appearance in 2006 and also played a key role at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa where Ghana finished in the Quarter Finals.
Appiah will be mostly remembered for his dedication and commitment on the pitch.
– See more at: http://www.myjoyonline.com/sports/2015/January-14th/stephen-appiah-retires-from-active-football.php#sthash.aWURIEhS.dpuf
Appiah started his professional football career with local club Accra Hearts of Oak before moving abroad.
The former Juventus star led Ghana to its first World Cup appearance in 2006 and also played a key role at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa where Ghana finished in the Quarter Finals.
Appiah will be mostly remembered for his dedication and commitment on the pitch.
– See more at: http://www.myjoyonline.com/sports/2015/January-14th/stephen-appiah-retires-from-active-football.php#sthash.aWURIEhS.dpuf
Appiah started his professional football career with local club Accra Hearts of Oak before moving abroad.
The former Juventus star led Ghana to its first World Cup appearance in 2006 and also played a key role at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa where Ghana finished in the Quarter Finals.
Appiah will be mostly remembered for his dedication and commitment on the pitch.
– See more at: http://www.myjoyonline.com/sports/2015/January-14th/stephen-appiah-retires-from-active-football.php#sthash.aWURIEhS.dpuf
Appiah started his professional football career with local club Accra Hearts of Oak before moving abroad.
The former Juventus star led Ghana to its first World Cup appearance in 2006 and also played a key role at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa where Ghana finished in the Quarter Finals.
Appiah will be mostly remembered for his dedication and commitment on the pitch.
– See more at: http://www.myjoyonline.com/sports/2015/January-14th/stephen-appiah-retires-from-active-football.php#sthash.aWURIEhS.dpuf
Appiah started his professional football career with local club Accra Hearts of Oak before moving abroad.
The former Juventus star led Ghana to its first World Cup appearance in 2006 and also played a key role at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa where Ghana finished in the Quarter Finals.
Appiah will be mostly remembered for his dedication and commitment on the pitch.
– See more at: http://www.myjoyonline.com/sports/2015/January-14th/stephen-appiah-retires-from-active-football.php#sthash.aWURIEhS.dpuf
Appiah started his professional football career with local club Accra Hearts of Oak before moving abroad.
The former Juventus star led Ghana to its first World Cup appearance in 2006 and also played a key role at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa where Ghana finished in the Quarter Finals.
Appiah will be mostly remembered for his dedication and commitment on the pitch.
– See more at: http://www.myjoyonline.com/sports/2015/January-14th/stephen-appiah-retires-from-active-football.php#sthash.aWURIEhS.dpuf

The 34-year-old has finally hanged his boots after being dormant for over two years now in the national team .

Below is the full statement issued by Stephen Appiah.

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