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Full name  Joseph Addo
Name  Joe Addo
Place of birth  Accra, Ghana
Role  Football player

Playing position  Centre back
1989-1990  Accra Hearts of Oak SC
Position  Defender
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Date of birth  (1971-09-21) 21 September 1971 (age 44)
1991-1992  George Mason University
Nominations  MLS Defender of the Year Award

Education  George Mason University

Joseph (Joe) Addo (born 21 September 1971 in Accra) is a former Ghanaian football (soccer) defender and one-time captain of the Ghana national team.


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Addo went to the United States to attend college and play soccer at George Mason University where he was a 1992 First Team All American. On the club level, Addo played for Cagliari (Italy), VfB Stuttgart and FSV Frankfurt (Germany), Sparta Rotterdam (the Netherlands), Belenenses (Portugal), Ethnikos Piraeus (Greece), Tampa Bay Mutiny, MetroStars (United States) and Kitchee (Hong Kong).

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Joseph Addo features in the book The Miracle of Castel di Sangro by Joe McGinniss where it seems a transfer for Joseph from FSV Frankfurt to A.S.D. Castel di Sangro Calcio had been agreed, only for the Castel di Sangro's owners to pull out. Joe McGinniss' account asserts that he, the club owners and members of the Castel di Sangro playing staff were unhappy about this, and that the collapse of the transfer was entirely because coach Osvaldo Jaconi did not want Addo in his squad.

International career

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Addo played for Ghana at the 1996 Summer Olympics. For the senior team, he appeared 44 times, scoring two goals.


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