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.


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


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


Club history[edit]


  1. ^ Stats & Profile on
  2. ^ FC Kärnten VSV on
  3. ^ Seth Ablade z Ghany trenuje z Polonią on
  4. ^ Albania 2003/04 on

External links[edit]