Amed Toure will retire from professional football at the end of the season, SPORTSWorldGhana.com exclusively reveals.
After spending 17 years in the top football divisions in Ghana, Ivory Coast, Dr. Congo and abroad, it is time for Toure to draw the curtains down on a respectable career.
The talented attacker was voted the 2010/11 Most Valuable Player of the Ghana Premier League as well as the Best Player of the MTN FA Cup of the same season.
Toure, 34, spent three different stints at Asante Kotoko where he made a big name in the game. He left the country but returned to play for Bechem United where he scored more than 10 goals in the 2017 season before leaving for ASEC Mimosas.
The veteran Burkinabe striker won the 2018 Ivorian national league at ASEC scoring 17 goals to finish as the league’s top scorer.
Toure scored five goals in the Ghana Premier League for Medeama last season and this season he has two goals already to his credit -both beauties against Gold Stars and Aduana Stars.
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