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Charles Kweku Bismark Taylor Asampong

Charles Kweku Bismark Taylor Asampong

Charles Kweku Bismark Taylor Asampong is a former Ghanaian professional footballer who played as a striker or an attacking midfielder.

1981

Born
14 July 1981

Born

Charles Kweku Bismark Taylor Asampong was born 14 July 1981 in Sefwi, Western Region

1995

Early life
01 July 1995

Early life

His playing career began at Great Olympics, where he impressed the chairman Ade Coker with his dribbling skills after a bet, leading to his signing with the club.

2000

Club career
01 July 2000

Club career

Charles Taylor had a successful stint with Accra Hearts of Oak, winning multiple titles including the Ghana Premier League, FA Cup, and the African Champions League, forming a formidable partnership with Ishmael Addo and Emmanuel Osei Kuffour, but controversially transferred to rival club Asante Kotoko in 2003, causing a decline in his popularity.

2004

International career
01 July 2004

International career

Charles Taylorparticipated in the 2004 Olympic football team, won a silver medal with the U-20 team in the 2001 Africa youth championship, earned 41 caps and scored 19 goals for the Ghana national team, and represented the Black Stars in the 2009 African Championship of Nations where they finished as runners-up to Congo.

2015

Personal life
01 August 2015

Personal life

In August 2015, he fulfilled his desire to become a pastor and spread the word of God by being ordained as a priest.

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