By Rahman Osman
Ghanaian midfielder Abdul Aziz Tetteh has revealed plans are far ahead to build a mosque in honour of the late Alhaji Sly Tetteh.
The Platanias player owe his career to the former owner and bankroller of Ghana Premier League side Liberty Professionals.
Tetteh collapsed and died three years ago in Cape Coast while playing an exhibition football match with retired players.
He has been credited with the discovery and development of some recent national stars including Micheal Essien, Sulley Muntari and John Pantsil.
Tetteh says he is building a mosque will be a benefiting parting gift to the fallen legend.
“I owe Sly my everything. He made me a footballer when no one believed in me,” Tetteh told GHANASoccernet.com
“I have started plans to build a mosque I will name the mosque after him for all the good he has done to footballers not only me.
“I can say with confidence that a lot us would not have achieved our dreams of becoming footballers but for the contribution of Sly Tetteh.”