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Monday, 16 August 2021 23:28

Ghanaian striker Kwesi Appiah’s move to fourth-tier club confirmed Featured

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Kwesi Appiah will continue his career in the fourth-tier of English football. 

Former Ghana international Kwesi Appiah has confirmed his return to English football by signing for fourth-tier club Crawley Town.

The League Two club on Monday announced that they have agreed a one-year deal with Appiah who spent the last year of his career in India.

The deal includes an option to extend the association for a further 12 months. 

"Kwesi has a good footballing CV and is a very experienced player who knows some of the lads from playing with them earlier on in his career," Reds boss John Yems told the club website.

The 31-year-old struggled in India while playing for top-flight side NorthEast United and has returned to England, where he was born and has spent the majority of his career at. 

Before leaving for Asia, Appiah scored 14 goals in 72 appearances during three years with AFC Wimbledon before departing the League One club last summer.

He has previously spent time at Ebbsfleet, Margate and Crystal Palace.

Appiah is best remembered by Ghanaians for his contribution to the Black Stars runners-up finish at the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations tournament in Equatorial Guinea. 

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