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Kevin Prince Boateng Shares Regrets After Announcing Retirement

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Former Black Stars midfielder, Kevin-Prince Boateng, has revealed his regrets after announcing his retirement from active football.

Kevin-Prince Boateng announced his retirement over the weekend after nearly two decades of playing active football.
According to the player, he has two regrets, the first is that he left Hertha too early and the second is making the switch from Milan to Schalke at that time.
Recounting on the circumstances that led the transfer to Gelsenkirchen, Kevin Prince Boateng stated that he had the opportunity to switch to Manchester United but he decided to move to Germany instead.
Boateng amassed over 500 professional appearances during his active career days, scoring 76 goals and contributing 56 assists.
The former AC Milan and Barcelona attacker clinched a total of five trophies, including the Italian Serie A title and the DFB Pokal.
The 36-year-old former Black Stars midfielder is set to take on the role of ambassador for the 2024 Euros, which will be hosted in Germany.
Kevin was born in Berlin, West Germany and grew up playing for the youth team of Hertha Berlin before eventually being promoted to the senior team in 2005.
Despite his humble beginning, the former Barcelona midfielder went on to play for some of Europe’s top-rated football clubs, including Tottenham Hotspur, Borussia Dortmund and AC Milan.
The Ghanaian international also lined up for AC Milan, Schalke O4, Fiorentina and Monza, before finally returning to Hertha Berlin for one last spell.
He also enjoyed a trophy-laden career, winning Serie A, Coppa Italia, Supercoppa Italiana, DFB Pokal and Spanish La Liga.
For Ghana, he was part of the Black Stars team that played at the 2010 and 2014 World Cups, earning a total of 15 appearances for the senior national team of Ghana and scoring two goals.

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