Ghana's Emmanuel Appiah joins LA Galaxy Featured
15 Mar

Ghana's Emmanuel Appiah joins LA Galaxy

The American top-flight side have confirmed the signing of the Ghana international in the ongoing transfer window.
Ghanaian midfielder Emmanuel Appiah has officially signed for Los Angeles Galaxy after a successful trial.
The 24-year-old has joined the Los Dos lads after stints with Saint Louis FC and Sporting KC.
He will be featuring for the LA Galaxy II in the United Soccer League this season.
“Emmanuel has worked really hard in preseason to deserve a contract with our organization. He is going to provide instant experience up the spine of our team,” said LA Galaxy II Head Coach Mike Muñoz. 
“Emmanuel will be a great role model and leader for our group and will be able to help our younger guys understand what it takes to be a professional soccer player."
"We really feel we have added a solid piece to our project and our team. I look forward to working with Emmanuel on a daily basis.”
Appiah began his professional career in 2016, when he was selected 15th overall by Colorado Rapids in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft. Later that year, he was signed by Sporting KC and was subsequently loaned to Swope Park Rangers, making eight regular season appearances in addition to four postseason appearances, helping Swope Park to the 2016 USL Cup final. Signed the next season by Saint Louis FC, Appiah made ten appearances for the club in 2017.
Born in Sampa, Ghana, Appiah moved to Westerville, Ohio at an early age before attending the University of Cincinnati, where he graduated in 2015. 
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