Ghana Soccer | League Sunday | England League | League Fantasy | Spain League | Italy League | Nigeria League | Germany League | Football | Soccer | Ghana Soccernet
unibank logo

Subscribe to our RSS FeedGhana Soccer | League Sunday | England League | League Fantasy | Spain League | Italy League | Nigeria League | Germany League | Football | Soccer | Ghana Soccernet

Dutch champions Twente end Ransford Osei stay

Posted On Friday, 4th June 2010

Dutch champions Twente end Ransford Osei stay

Osei has ended his stay with Dutch side FC Twente

Dutch champions FC Twente have decided not to hand a permanent contract to Ghanaian striker Ransford Osei.

The 20-year-old joined the club at the start of last season on loan from Israeli club Maccabi Haifa.

But after one term the Ghana youth international goal poacher failed to play in a senior game which prompted the decision to end his stay.

They had an option to extend his contract but Twente decided against the deal especially when coach Steve McClaren, who signed the player quit the club.

“I will return to my mother club Maccabi Haifa as the news you have heard is true,” Osei told Ghanasoccernet on Thursday night on a KLM flight heading for Spain.

Even though he refused to disclose who his mission in Spain is, it is suspected that he could be in talks with a club in the La Liga.

McClaren quit the post to join German side Wolfsburg and the arrival of new Twente boss Michel Preud’homme has brought a new era at the Dutch club.

Osei was a member of Ghana’s U20 World Cup winning squad last year and is a potential world class striker.

Related Images

READERS COMMENTS

  1. Olufantobi says:

    Very athletic and fast,good brains for footbal but like many Ghanaians, he is far too small.

  2. Omanba Forum says:

    I believe he has yet to mature. Once he’s able to find a club where he can play regularly I think his career will pick up.

  3. nana kwame tenkorang asante says:

    all things happen 4 his own good who knows maybe there is a better place somewhere waiting 4 him.

  4. Jeffrey says:

    He is indeed far too small to become the new Messi. O wait, Messi is even smaller than him.

  5. Fu-Chu says:

    Jeffrey, well said.

  6. joye listen says:

    I strongly believe this boy will be the next Drogba for GH.Keep on with your hard wk. Wish you all the best in life.

  7. access says:

    PUT RANSFORD OSIE AND ADIYA TOGETHE AND THEY WILL DESTROY YOU.

  8. Olufantobi says:

    There is always exception to the rule in Messi’s and Maradonas.

  9. Beamer,Benz or Bentley says:

    Olufantobi, what a hell u mean by he is far too small, as long as he is at least 5’8 100 and whatever pounds, he is not too small as a striker, he does not have enough experience and he is yet to mature as a striker because he need to be playing week in week out……obviously Mcleren did not give him enough chance to prove himself because of Blaine Nkufo, so that was a waste of year for Osei, hopefully he will get his chance with a lower La Liga club or any lower level club in the top european leagues…where they give every opportunity to young players to shine…….

  10. Ghana Midfield Rocks says:

    Another African flop in Europe.
    Overhyped young talent….

  11. NOTORO says:

    Ransford is a good and disciplined player. If the Twente coach doesn’t consider him good enough it does not mean he has flopped. I can bet my last bottom cedi that Ransford will make it in future.

  12. Maxwell Johnson says:

    @ Ghana Midfield Rocks or what ever u call ur self.U must be ashamed of ur self for making such comment u gay slut!

  13. Slim Shad says:

    joye listen…Ransford Is Far Beta Dan Drogba…Is Jux Dat He z Young Nd Not Into Many Matches.





Click Here For All Latest football news.

Live Radio

http://ghanasoccernet.com/new/images/banners/onair.gif 

Live TV

http://ghanasoccernet.com/new/images/banners/onair.gif

RELATED NEWS

LATEST HEADLINES

2014 World Cup: Kwesi Appiah must name 23-man Ghana squad instead of provisional 30- Popular Ghanaian analyst Atuobi-Yiadom thumbnail

2014 World Cup: Kwesi Appiah must name 23-man Ghana squad instead of provisional 30- Popular Ghanaian analyst Atuobi-Yiadom

Popular Ghanaian football analyst Samuel Atuobi-Yiadom has urged Kwesi Appiah to avoid inflicting World Cup heartache on his fringe players by naming a squad of 23 instead of a 30-man provisional group.
2014 World Cup: Ghana not scared of any team - Kwesi Appiah  thumbnail

2014 World Cup: Ghana not scared of any team - Kwesi Appiah

Kwesi Appiah insists Ghana will not be intimidated by their group opponents and by extension no team at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
South Africa FA bans player agents from visiting Bafana Bafana camp thumbnail

South Africa FA bans player agents from visiting Bafana Bafana camp

The South African FA (SAFA) has banned player agents from visiting the national team camp after the Bafana Bafana coach Gordon Igesund, was cleared of any wrong-doing after allegations of player agents influencing his team selection.
Kotoko to play Inter Allies at Accra stadium after Liberty refused access  thumbnail

Kotoko to play Inter Allies at Accra stadium after Liberty refused access

Kotoko’s Premier League game against Inter Allies has been moved to the Accra stadium following the refusal of Liberty Professionals to allow them use their home venue for the fixture.
Recuperating Manchester City Ghanaian youngster Adjei-Boateng grateful to Sergio Aguero thumbnail

Recuperating Manchester City Ghanaian youngster Adjei-Boateng grateful to Sergio Aguero

Ghanaian youngster Bismark Adjei-Boateng has heaped praise on Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero for helping him during his rehabilitation period.
Ghana U20 to call up only one foreign-based player ahead of African Cup qualifiers thumbnail

Ghana U20 to call up only one foreign-based player ahead of African Cup qualifiers

The Ghana U20 team plan to invite only one foreign-based player for their planned camping ahead of their African Cup qualifier.
Loading...