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Former defender retires

Former defender retires

Former Solihull Moors defender Curtis Obeng has announced his retirement from football.

The full-back took to his Twitter yesterday to make a short statement regarding his retirement.

'Calling it a day with football. Explored all my avenues. Thanks to everyone involved in my journey along the way.'

Obeng had a short stint with the Moors during last season and was Liam McDonald's first signing after taking over as manager last November.

The 28-year-old made seven appearances in all competitions before leaving the club in January.

The former Wrexham, Manchester City and Swansea man had yet to find a new club after his Moors departure and has now made the decision to finish with football.

Writer:Joel Cassidy
Date:Thursday July 13 2017
Time: 12:26PM

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