Former Asante Kotoko defender Michael Ofosu Appiah has rejected claims that he has retired from playing football.
The right back who is currently unattached revealed he is on leave but has not retired yet. Ofosu Appiah admits he will return to the game soon before he announces a testimonial ahead of his retirement.
“I am on leave but not retired. Am yet to play my ceremonial match,” Ofosu Appiah told Sikka Sports.
The 30-year old last played for Estonian side JK Narva Trans but he is yet to join a new club.
Ofosu Appiah played for Kotoko between 2008 to 2011 before moving to South Africa to play for Jomo Cosmos.
The ex-Ashantigold player also revealed it took him less than four months to join the senior team of Kotoko after arriving from Hearts of Lions.
“It took me just a month to join the senior side of Asante Kotoko instead of four years,” he said.
Ofosu Appiah went on to play for several clubs including Skonto, Infornet, RFS, Liepaja and Valmieras