|Full name||Emmanuel Duah|
|Date of birth||14 November 1976|
|Place of birth||Kumasi, Ghana|
|Height||1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
After his exploits at the 1991 FIFA U-17 World Championship, 15-year-old Duah was bought by Serie A club Torino FC, alongside teammates Mark Edusei, Mohammed Gargo and Samuel Kuffour. He never appeared officially for the Italians, and also had a very difficult time at his following team, Standard Liège in Belgium.
After two years in Turkey with as many clubs, Duah joined RCD Mallorca in the Spanish second division, being sparingly used as the Balearic Islands side promoted to La Liga. His next stop – also in the second level – would be his most productive and steady, as he played five years with U.D. Leiria from Portugal, also attaining promotion in his debut season with a career-best 11 goals in only 18 games.
Duah was used regularly by Leiria in the following Primeira Liga campaigns, but only appeared in ten matches in 2001–02 (three goals) as the José Mourinho-led team qualified to the UEFA Intertoto Cup after finishing seventh. Subsequently released he continued in the country, playing two seasons with Gil Vicente F.C. also in the top flight.
Duah was a member of Ghana's under-17 team that won the 1991 FIFA World Championship in Italy, scoring his only goal in the tournament in the final against Spain (1–0). In 1993 he was again essential as the under-20s reached the final, losing to Brazil.
- Coppa Italia: 1992–93
- Segunda Liga: 1997–98
- Lebanese Premier League: 2004–05
- Lebanese Elite Cup: 2004–05
- "Il Ghana e il Toro: prima di Acquah, Pelè e i fattorini Kuffour, Gargo e Duah" [Ghana and Toro: before Acquah, Pelè and the errand boys Kuffour, Gargo and Duah] (in Italian). Toro. 20 June 2015. Retrieved 3 February 2016.
- Emmanuel Duah – FIFA competition record
- Emmanuel Duah at TFF.org
- Emmanuel Duah at footballzz.co.uk
- Emmanuel Duah profile at ForaDeJogo
- Emmanuel Duah profile at BDFutbol
- Emmanuel Duah at National-Football-Teams.com