Former Ghana captain Stephen Appiah has signed a one-year deal to become the new brand ambassador for sports betting firm, Betway, in Ghana.
The former Juventus midfielder’s role as ambassador will see him act as brand spokesman and will partake in key programs to better engage both clients and supporters.
The 37-year-old recently partnered with the firm to be the face of the highly successful Betway Talent Search which aimed at finding new football talent in Ghana and provide them with the opportunity to further their football careers.
Country Manager for Betway, Rex Danquah expressed his delight after finalizing the deal and expounded on the role the former Hearts of Oak midfielder will play in the company.
“We are extremely happy to be working with Stephen again. He will play a vital role in our continuous effort to help improve sports in Ghana. With his extensive experience in both international and local football, He continues to be an inspiration to sports enthusiasts in Ghana and beyond.”
This deal, however, is not solely for Betway’s benefit. By partnering with the international brand, Stephen will have access to a global network of football partners that he will use to develop his own skills to become a world-class football coach.
In relation to the partnership, Stephen himself said; “I am pleased with the opportunity to expand my partnership with Betway, I believe that together we can expand on the contributions to sports development in Ghana.”
Often described as Ghana’s most respected footballer, Betway is proud to associate itself with individuals of Stephen’s caliber and Betway will continue to implement such programs to integrate within the fabric of Ghana’s sporting community.
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