Seth Ablade

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Seth Ablade

Seth Ablade (born April 30, 1983 in Accra[citation needed]) is a Ghanaian football player, he last played for Oulun Palloseura.

Position[edit]

Ablade has played mostly as an attacking midfielder since arriving to Europe at the age of 16.

International[edit]

While he was young he played as a defensive midfielder, teaming up with players such as Michael Essien in the Under-17 World Cup, 1999 in New Zealand.

Ablade's recent performance[edit]

2006 Kuopion Palloseura (KuPS) in Finnish Premier League (Veikkausliiga)

  • Finnish League Cup winners
  • Didn't score any goals in 14 league games
  • Terminated his contract 24 August and returned to Ghana to be approached once again by European clubs

2005 Kuopion Palloseura in Finnish Premier League

  • Final position 10th (of 14)
  • Ablade scored 6 goals (team 2nd best) and 4 assists (team leading) while playing in 23 of 26 league games
  • Ranked in season top-5 players in Veikkausliiga by both spectators and journalists
  • Signed a new contract for the 2006 season
  • Was considered for the Ghana national team to the African Nations Cup in Egypt 2006 but didn't get the pick

Achievements[edit]

Club history[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stats & Profile on www.fifa.com
  2. ^ FC Kärnten VSV on www.eufo.de
  3. ^ Seth Ablade z Ghany trenuje z Polonią on www.miasta.gazeta.pl
  4. ^ Albania 2003/04 on www.rsssf.com

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