Inter Allies player Prince Appiah to be buried on August 4

Inter Allies player Prince Appiah to be buried on August 4

- Prince Appiah died about a fortnight ago in a car accident

- He is scheduled to be buried on Saturday August 9.

Today is the day of the burial of Ghanaian footballer, Prince Appiah whose sad demise occurred due to car accident some two weeks ago. He was 28 years-old.

‪Prince Appiah had joined ranks with Inter Allies FC after signing a professional contract in May 2018.‬ For many, it was considered the beginning of what might be a stellar professional career.

Inter Allies described him ‪as a "very promising player who made huge impressions on our technical team during training sessions". ‬ Club executives have been gracious of their praise of him.

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Prince was known to his peers as “Baby Rooney”. He has been described as a disciplined footballer and he endeared himself so well to his teammates.‬

‪On the website of Inter Allies, a tribute is written: "Our Club was counting on his immense talent and relative experience to propel us to a successful campaign in the second round of the Ghana Premier League having also played for Berekum Chelsea, Eleven Wise, Ebusua Dwarfs and Karela FC among others.‬"

‪"Unfortunately, our huge expectations and hope for Prince has been dashed by his sudden death but we will cherish with fond memories his involvement with our football club. "‬

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The club express their sadness with Appiah's death and indicated their sympathy and support for his family and friends.

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