- The ex-Ghana international star will also name a facility at his football academy after his late mentor Stephen Keshi
- Lamprey has fond memories of Keshi who helped him find his feet at Belgian side Anderlecht in the early 90s
Ex-Ghana international, Nii Odartey Lamptey is set to open a football academy, following his victory in a legal tussle with his former wife.
The former Black Stars midfielder has endured a torrid time in the last four years, having been sued by his ex-wife, Gloria Appiah.
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However, Lamptey was handed some respite on Wednesday when an Accra High Court quashed a suit by his ex-wife to claim 50% of his assets.
The former Anderlecht man is now in line to open his football academy, in a bid to help develop talents in the country.
According to him, there are a lot of youthful talents that are untapped, hence his motivation to set up a football academy.
The Glow-Lamp Academy is located at Abreshia-Elmina in the Central Region.
Odartey Lamptey played for the Black Stars for nearly a decade, featuring in three Africa Cup of Nations tournaments in the 1990s.
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