Gorgeous Mansions Of Asamoah Gyan, Stephen Appiah And 2 Other Ghanaian Football Legends
- Football is one of the most lucrative sports in the world even though it may have a short lifespan
- Football players around the world are, therefore, typically paid generously to make up for their brief careers
- Former Ghanaian football players like Asamoah Gyan and Stephen Appiah have built enormous houses for themselves, where they live comfortably
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Some former Ghanaian footballers continued to be successful long after they stopped playing football. They are currently enjoying themselves in the plush homes they acquired from the wealth they made from their careers. In this story, YEN.com.gh mentions four legends of Ghanaian football living large today.
Stephen Appiah's mansion in Accra
Stephen Appiah was the Ghana Black Stars skipper for the 2006 World Cup in Germany. He competed for Ghana's U-17 squad in the 1995 FIFA World Cup. The celebrated Ghanaian football legend made much money during his football career and currently boasts several exotic cars and plush houses.
Emmanuel Agyemang Badu's mansion at East Legon
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Agyemang Badu, a former Ghanaian midfielder, is considered one of Ghana's wealthiest footballers right now because of all the properties he owns. He lives in a large estate in East Legon, and his garage is filled with luxury cars.
Emmanuel Badu made his maiden appearance in the Africa Cup of Nations in 2010 when the Black Stars finished as runners-up to Egypt. He later participated in the tournaments in 2012 and 2013, where the team twice ended in fourth place.
Asamoah Gyan's mansion at McCarthy Hill
Asamoah Gyan, the former captain of the Black Stars, is known as one of the wealthiest players in Africa. He was the highest-paid footballer in the UAE Pro League, with a weekly salary of $200,000.
Gyan flaunted his wealth in 2015 by buying a $3 million property in McCarthy Hill in Accra. The property features a gym, a café, a pub, a movie theatre, a snooker bar, an automated garage, and more.
Fatau Dauda's house at East Legon Hills
Fatau Dauda, a former goalie with the Black Stars, appears to have achieved great success in his moderate career. A peek inside the former Black Stars goalie's Accra home reveals a stunning home with expensive vehicles that might compete with some of the mansions owned by players in Europe.
The property is located in the emerging area of East Legon Hills.
Kuami Eugene and other under-25-year-old Ghanaian celebrities who have built mansions in Ghana
In an earlier story, YEN.com.gh wrote about Ghanaian celebrities under 25 who have acquired mansions in the country. After a while in the spotlight, Ghanaian celebrities earn enough money to acquire opulent mansions and estates. Some celebs began their careers at an early age and were able to acquire homes before they turned 25.
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