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There are a few Ghanaian footballers who just don’t cut it in the glamorous footie world.

World Football can be pretty to the eye at times, but some of the players are ugly. While it certainly doesn’t make a habit of judging players by their looks, this is an interesting concept.

It really doesn’t matter if you’re ugly in this game, though, especially if you have skills. Some of these players are weird looking and some are just straight-up ugly.

Here are some of the ugliest Ghanaian players…

Fatau Dauda


Wow. I think the picture speaks for itself here. It’s not something he can help really, but Fatau Dauda is on this list because it fits.

Emmanuel Agyemang Badu

Emmanuel Agyemang Badu

Agyemang Badu is another one who has made it onto the list but he hasn’t let his ogre look affected his playing ability

Rabiu Mohammed

When John Boye gives us that sullen-faced look, it’s not the prettiest sight in the world.

Laryea Kingston

Laryea Kingston was an ugly-looking player during his playing days.

Laryea Kingston was an ugly-looking player during his playing days.

Dominic Adiyiah



Dominic Adiyiah hasn’t fallen off the grid fully just yet. He can’t be hard to find with that size of his head.

Mubarak Wakaso

Mubarak Wakaso is a workhorse on the pitch and is usually still running around while others are lagging. He won’t be winning much in the looks category, though.

Harrison Afful

Harrison Afful has a lot of great features to his game. The same can’t be said for him, though.

Sulley Muntari


Sulley Muntari has an ugly persona on the field, and it doesn’t make things any better that he can’t smile and make people forget his various acts.

Afriyie Acquah


Afriyie Acquah recently accepted in a video by calling himself ugly as his Black Stars teammate Mubarak Wakaso also confirmed.

John Boye

Christian Atsu


Christian Atsu is one of the most beautiful players to watch play the game. There isn’t much beautiful going on with that face, though.


Author: Tiko14

Welcome to my wORDpreSS. I am a Ghanaian who lives in Ghana and has a passion for Ghana, hence talks a lot about Ghana. I blog about entertainment, tourism, politics, arts, culture and football. I am in the media and have the advantage of working both in Accounting firms and I. T firms. I like divergent views so disagree with me but let’s not abuse each other. Enjoy the blog while you are here, your views and topics are most welcome.

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