Kwesi Appiah among disloyal players in the world

James-Kwesi-AppiahGhana striker Kwesi Appiah has been named as the third most disloyal player in the world because of his nomadic career.

According to a research carried out by CIES Football Observatory, an internationally respected agency on soccer statistics, the Crystal Palace attacker placed third in the list.

The Ghanaian made the list because he has played for 12 clubs since the start of his England.

The edgy list is topped by former AS Roma player Luca Toni already played for 15 clubs over his career.

Another player from the Italian Serie A was second on the list Mauricio Pinilla of Atalanta has played for 13 clubs since the start of his career.

Francesco Totti is the big-5 league player who has been for the longest period in the club where he made his debut.

The 39 year-old Italian is playing his 24th season at Rome.

Barcelona stars Lionel Messi, Andres Iniesta and Sergio Busquets are among among the few players in the world to have played for only one club.

Appiah predicament comes from the several clubs he was loaned out to following his move from Crystal Palace.

Source: GHANAsoccernet

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