The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) has paid glowing tribute to Joseph Tetteh Zutah, as the experienced midfielder called time on an outstanding playing career over the weekend.
Captain Zutah, whose exceptional performances, exemplary leadership and dedication to service made him a firm fan favourite throughout his fifteen year stint as a player for Medeama Sporting Club, bid a fond farewell to the teaming fans at the Akoon Community Park in Tarkwa during the Ghana Premier League Matchday 16 clash between Medeama and Samartex on Sunday afternoon.
Zutah was accorded a guard of honour as he strode onto the pitch in the dying embers of the game to contribute his final quota to Medeama’s course as they secured an impressive two-nil victory on the day.
Zutah was last year elected as the vice president of the PFAG, and has over the preceeding years excelled in his exploits both on and off the pitch.
He bagged a degree from the University of Cape Coast while delivering masterful performances on the pitch for his clubside.
Zutah is also well renowned for his tireless and passionate work on behalf of his fellow players especially as a member of the PFAG.
The PFAG wishes to extend its warm congratulations to Zutah on a remarkable playing career. We wish you a happy retirement, and are pleased to know that your work with the PFAG will help us continue to champion the course of player welfare in the country.
Ayekoo, Captain Zutah!
Well done on a truly noteworthy playing career!!