Former Black Stars midfielder, Yussif Alhassan Chibsah has graduated with a Masters Degree in International Sports Law from ISDE, Madrid.
The ex-Black Meteors and Asante Kotoko captain received his award after successfully completing the programme from the Madrid-based institution.
Chibsah, who has been representing players since hanging up his boots, shared his excitement following his latest achievement.
“Thank you all, the Professional Footballers Association of Ghana, FIFPro, Dev Kumar. Let’s discuss sports law internationally,” he posted on Twitter.
The 39-year-old enjoyed a stellar career, playing for King Faisal and Asante Kotoko in Ghana before moving to Europe, where he spent most of his time in Sweden.
He also played for IFK Mariehamn, Gefle, and Djurgardens before a short stint in Turkey with Alanyaspor. Chibsah played 13 times for the national team and was a regular member of the Black Stars during the 2006 World Cup qualifiers.
The Prempeh College graduate’s career was however cut short after a series of injuries. He retired in 2016 at the age of 32.
Chibsah spotted performing Zulu dance
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Yussif Chibsah, a former Ghana U23 captain, took the chance to learn the Zulu dance while doing business in South Africa.
The former Black Stars player was in the country to secure a deal for one of his clients, Habib Mohammed, in the transfer window.
Chibsah, in a video posted on Twitter, is seen learning the beautiful leg moves and body turns of the Zulu dance, with three dancers clad in their traditional outfits.
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