Former Ghana international Tony Yeboah has revealed that he is now addicted to golf after retiring from football.
Yeboah had an illustrious career as a footballer for both Club and National team. From Okwahu United, he moved to Germany and joined FC Saarbrücken, he also featured for Eintracht Frankfurt, Leeds United and Hamburger SV during the 1990s.
He also featured for Asante Kotoko, Cornerstones Kumasi, and Al-Ittihad Doha.
According to the two time German Bundesliga top scorer, he now spends much of his time on the golf course honing his skills and enjoying the game.
” I have become addicted now,” he told GTV Sports Plus.
“Sometimes I play every day a week. Back at Leeds, Gary McCallister used to encourage me to come along but I used to brush it aside and call it old men’s game but now I enjoy it.
“Now I find it very difficult to train but this is useful for me.”
Tony Yeboah was capped 59 times by the Black Stars, scoring 29 goals in the process.