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Michael Tetteh

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Role  Footballer
Playing position  Midfielder
Height  1.73 m

2005–2007  Dunn School
Weight  70 kg
Name  Michael Tetteh
Salary  66,000 USD (2012)
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Full name  Michael Osakonor Tetteh
Date of birth  (1989-01-16) 16 January 1989 (age 26)
2008–2010  UC Santa Barbara Gauchos
Education  University of California, Santa Barbara
Parents  Mercy Osakonor, Daniel Tetteh
Siblings  Daniel Tetteh, Esther Tetteh, Margaret Tetteh, Steven Tetteh
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Place of birth  Odumase Krobo, Ghana

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Michael Osakonor Tetteh (born 16 January 1989) is a former Ghanaian footballer.

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Youth and college

Tetteh spent his youth career with Right to Dream Academy for six years and the Santa Barbara Soccer Club for three years before playing college soccer at UC Santa Barbara for the Gauchos. He was named Second Team All-Big West and Second Team Far West All-Region in 2009. Tetteh played in 59 games in his three years at UC Santa Barbara and scored 6 goals with 8 assists.

Club

Tetteh was signed by Major League Soccer to a Generation Adidas contract and was subsequently drafted 20th overall in the 2011 MLS SuperDraft by Seattle Sounders FC on 13 January 2011.

He made his professional debut in a 2–1 win over Kitsap Pumas in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup playing the full 90 minutes on 28 June 2011.

To gain more match experience, Tetteh was loaned to USL Pro club Orlando City SC on 29 June 2011 on a 10-day contract and returned to Seattle by 12 July. While with Orlando City, Tetteh appeared in three matches.

Tetteh was sent out on loan again, to the Fort Lauderdale Strikers of the North American Soccer League on 24 August 2012.

On 14 December 2012, the Sounders declined to pick up a contract option on Tetteh.

Seattle Sounders FC

  • Lamar Hunt US Open Cup (1): 2011
  • References

    Michael Tetteh Wikipedia


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