I want a club in Saudi Arabia to play, I’ve not retired – Charles Taylor

I want a club in Saudi Arabia to play, I’ve not retired - Charles Taylor
Charles Taylor

Former Ghanaian striker Charles Taylor has expressed his desire to play for a Saudi Arabian club.

According to him, he’s fit enough to play in the Saudi Pro League and urges clubs to secure his signature because he hasn’t officially retired from professional football.

Charles Taylor’s claims stems from when he was asked by the presenter about Asamoah Gyan’s retirement, to which the 37-year-old said that it was the finest move made by the former Legon Cities star.

“Ghanaians will remember Asamoah Gyan for his work with Blackstars and other teams. He is a talented player, and when he is on the pitch, it is not difficult for his side to score goals.

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“When Gyan is playing and hasn’t scored a goal in a match he isn’t happy because he loves football… When it comes to strikers in Ghana, if not him being the first, he will be second on the list, alongside legendary Tony Yeboah and others,”

“All we know he has now officially retired from football despite not active, he is still going to talk about sports and for me I’ve not hanged up my boots because I’ve not voiced it out —Taylor remarked.

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When asked why he hasn’t been able to officially announce his retirement and if he believes he can still play active football, Charles Taylor answered, “Yes, I can play 90 minutes.”

Are you physically fit enough to play? Taylor responded, “We don’t use strength to play football matches, but brains, and for me, I won’t play Ghana league, but I want to play for a club in Saudi Arabia because they play break and pass football” – Charles Taylor concluded.


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Eben Mugeez

Eben Mugeez is a publicist who owns Hello Vybes, covers and publish stories about celebrities, entertainment news in Ghana, Sports, Economic, Business more.

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