- Abedi Pele and Anthony Baffoe are in Morocco for a football workshop as they continue to improve their knowledge of the game
- The former Ghana internationals were spotted together at the world-class training center of the Moroccan Football Federation
- Abedi Pele and Anthony Baffoe were teammates as Ghana reached the finals of the Africa Cup of Nations in 1992
Ghanaian football legends, Abedi Pele and Anthony Baffoe, have attended a training workshop in Morocco.
The legendary Ghanaian duo are studying to improve their knowledge of the game as football management continues to change every day.
In a photo posted on social media, spotted by Sports Brief, Baffoe- a defender in his playing days- was excited to be in the company of the three times African Player of the Year.
"Always good to meet my brother the one and only Maestro Abedi Pele Ayew at the world class Training center of the Moroccan Football Federation here in Rabat. God's time is always the best," he posted on Twitter.
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Abedi Pele and Anthony Baffoe established a strong bond from their playing days till today, with both excelling during the 1992 Africa Cup of Nations.
Ghana reached the final of the tournament with Abedi Pele handing his leadership role to Baffoe because of suspension.
Abedi Pele works as the Technical Director of his club, FC Nania, in Ghana, while Anthony Baffoe works in administration. He is the President of the Professional Footballers Association of Ghana.
Anthony Baffoe also worked as the Deputy Secretary-General of CAF in the past and was the match commissioner of the FIFA World Cup final between Germany and Argentina in 2014.
Anthony Baffoe meets new Ghana coach Otto Addo
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that former Ghana defender, Anthony Baffoe, has met newly appointed Black Stars assistant coach, Otto Addo, right before Dortmund's UEFA Champions League game against Sporting Lisbon.
The ex-Ghana internationals met to discuss Otto Addo's new role with the national team and catch up to old times.
In a photo posted on Twitter by Tony Baffoe, sighted by YEN.com.gh, the FIFPro president expressed how proud he was of Addo, who doubles as assistant coach of Dortmund.
Source: Sports Brief News