Fashion killer: Former Ghana captain Stephen Appiah slays in all red suit
- Former Ghana captain Stephen Appiah's sense of fashion is up there
- The ex-Ghana player stunned his Instagram followers as he slayed in an all red suit
- Appiah currently works as a sports analyst and a business man
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Former Ghana captain, Stephen Appiah, left his Instagram followers stunned as he dropped a beautiful photo of himself sparkling in an all red-suit.
The ex-Ghana international's sense of fashion is top notch, and does not seem to fall short when it comes to dressing for the occasion.
In photos posted on Instagram, sighted by YEN.com.gh, the 40-year-old looked physically great and amazing in suit.
"Old model," he captioned the picture.
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Stephen Appiah, these days works as a sports pundit on TV, and was the in house analyst for Joy Sports, during the EURO 2020 championship.
He is also an ambassador for BetWay and is involved in several businesses.
After retiring from football, he became a member of former Ghana coach, Kwesi Appiah's technical team, working as a Black Stars coordinator.
Stephen Appiah was the first Black Stars captain to qualify the country to the FIFA World Cup, playing a key role as Ghana booked a ticket to Germany 2006.
The former Juventus and Fenerbache player scored the winner that sent Ghana to the knockout stages of the tournament before getting knockout by Brazil.
He again made history with the team as Ghana became the third country from Africa to reach the quarter-finals of the FIFA World Cup in 2010, South Africa.
Ghana disappointingly lost to Uruguay on penalties to miss the semi finals on African soil.
Appiah began his football career in Ghana with Hearts of Oak before moving to Europe to join Udinese. He later played for Parma, Juventus, Brescia, Fenerbache, Bologna, Cesena and Vojvodina.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported, former Ghana captain, Stephen Appiah, has revealed that he "lost five kilos" as he stood behind the ball to take the Black Stars' first-ever penalty at a World Cup some 15 years ago.
Tuesday, June 22, 2021, marked exactly 15 years when Ghana defeated the United States 2-1 to reach the last 16 at her first-ever World Cup.
Appiah, who works as a pundit for Euro 2020 on Joy Prime, revealed on the show the weight he carried at that moment and what was running through his mind as he prepared to take the penalty, which he eventually scored.