• Mon. Jun 27th, 2022

Former Black Stars defender John Mensah turns 39 today


Former defender and deputy captain of the Ghana Black Stars John Mensah has turned 39 years today. He informed through social media by thanking the Almighty and everyone who has contributed to his success as a professional footballer.

Brief background

John Mensah born 29 November 1982 is a former Ghanaian professional footballer who last played as a defender for AFC United in the Swedish second-tier .

Born in Obuasi, Ashanti, Mensah is a product of the scouting system in Ghana that identifies talented youngsters long before they enter any formal structures and exports them to potential fame and fortune in Europe.

A centre-half by choice, he is also adept at right-back and has played in both positions for his national side, also captaining the team on occasions.

His physique has earned him the moniker the “Rock of Gibraltar”, and Mensah was considered a certainty to be named to Ghana’s squad for the 2006 FIFA World Cup.

More interesting stories about John Mensah to published soon!


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