Christian Saba to quit football one year after being released by Bayern Munich

The former Black Meteors player will take to coaching after searching for a club without any positive results
Former Black Starlets defender Christian Saba is ready to quit football after being unable to find a club one year after his release by Bayern Munich II.

Saba, 33, spent 16 years with the second team of the Bavarians and scored eight goals in 285 appearances, but could not break into the first team. Ghana can exclusively reveal that the Black Starlets 1995 defender is well convinced that it is time to hang his boots and he is on the verge of undertaking a coaching course to help the coming generation.

The former Black Meteors player, who was groomed at King Harrison Babies and Accra Hearts of Oak was signed by the German giants together with Emmanuel Bentil in 1995 after they excelled with the Black Starlets in Ecuador.

The giant centre-back is regarded as the longest serving African player in a single club in the history of European football.