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I Will Go Into Player Management After Retiring – Samuel Inkoom Reveals



Ex-Black Stars defender, Samuel Inkoom has finally come out to reveal his plans to venture into player management once he officially call it quit and eventually retires from professional football.

With a clearly exceptional career that included stints with various European football clubs and appearances for the the senior national team of Ghana, the 34-year-old former Black Stars defender is fast approaching the latter parts of his football career days.

In a recent interview on 3FM, Samuel Inkoom revealed his intention to divert his attention to scouting and recruiting players for management purposes, with the aim of providing numerous Ghanaian talents with the opportunity to flourish.

Moving forward, Inkoom emphasized that while numerous players often consider coaching after retirement, there are several other aspects of the game that can be taken a closer look at.

According to Inkoom, he believes player management is also one viable and valuable path he can thread to ensure he also contributes to the development of young players.

In line with this factual assertion, he expressed his desire to support young talents in Ghana by offering them a formidable platform that will give them the opportunity to showcase their abilities and potential in the world of football.

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