Asante Kotoko defender Henry Ohene Brenya has finally retired from football after 15 years in the game.
The 32-year-old defender confirmed on Friday morning he has finally brought his football career to an end.
Ohene Brenya, one of the longest serving players at Kotoko joined the Porcupine Warriors in 2008 from then Ghana Premier League side Berekum Arsenal who currently plays in the GN Bank Division One League.
”Yes, it is true I have retired from the game, I have been in the game for some time now, about 15 years and I think I have to leave to allow the young ones get the chance as well,” he confirmed on Accra based Atinka FM.
The calm defender won three League titles and two FA Cup trophies with the porcupine warriors in his nine-year stay at the Club.
He also had stints at Kade Hotspurs and Tano Bofoakwa.