Ex Ghanaian International Kwadwo Asamoah has announced his retirement from active football following a sterling career spanning over 1o year.
The one-time Black Stars talisman announced his decision on Tuesday, October 4, 2022, after having met with his agent Federico Pastorello.
Taking to his official social media to post, Kwadwo Asamoah noted it was an “Amazing time. Always a pleasure working with you Federico Pastorello.”
The former Liberty Professionals, Juventus, Udinese, Inter Milan and Cagliari player will embark on a new chapter as a football agent after hanging his football boots.
Moreover, his former agent, Federico Pastorello also in a post wished his client the best of luck in his next chapter as a football agent.
“Always the same amazing boy Kwadwo Asamoah!!! Good luck for your new challenge as a Football agent,” agent Federico Pastorello shared.
Kwadwo Asamoah started his footballing career with Liberty Professionals in Ghana before traveling to abroad to sign for Italian side Udinese, and Juventus, Inter Milan and Cagliari.
Having played for the aforementioned teams basically in Italy, Kwadwo Asamoah played 279 times and scoring 12 goals. The 279 appearances made him holds the record for most appearances by an African player in Serie A history.
At Juventus, the 33-year-old won 13 trophies including 6 Serie A trophies, 4 Coppa Italia, and 3 Supercoppa Italiana.
With Black Stars, he played 74 times for the Black Stars of Ghana and score 4 goals.