12 Most Fashionistic Ghanaian Male Football Personalities

Soccer and fashion are like twins.

From the David Beckhams to the Cristiano Ronaldos, footballers pull up some of the most fashionistic appearances all over the world.

Below are our very own Ghanaian football personalities who kill it when it comes to looking good.

 1. Stephen Appiah.

He’s the ultimate football fashionista. He just kills it whenever he steps out.

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2. Samuel Inkoom.

He seems more concerned about how he looks than playing football.

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Image: Samuel Inkoom/Instagram

3. Sulley Muntari.

Maybe because his wife is a model, I guess he can’t do any less. He’s also quite on point all the time.


4. Kevin-Prince Boateng.

He’s lived in Europe for a long time and it has influenced his fashion sense a lot.

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5. Abedi Pele.

The father of Dede Ayew and Jordan Ayew is not a push over when it comes to fashion. He keeps it locked everytime.

6. Dede Ayew.

The son of Ghanaian football legend, Abedi Ayew Pele is a force on his own. He always dresses to impress.

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7. Tony Baffoe.

Always on point with his bald head. He actually looks like a model.

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8. Afriyie Acquah.

The husband of Ghanaian socialite, Amanda Acquah. He’s one of the few Ghanaian footballers who actually dresses well.

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Image: OfficialAfriyieAcquah/Instagram

9. Michael Essien.

He defines simple but classy.

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10. Emmanuel Agyeman Badu.

He doesn’t do much, keeps it simple but always on point.

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11. Samuel Osei Kuffour.

The ex-Black Stars player and Super Sports panelist kills it everytime.


12. Christian Atsu.

The Chelsea FC player is a very simple person. He doesn’t do much but still turns out good all the time.

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Image: Christian Atsu/Instagram