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What became of 'the new Pele'?

What became of 'the new Pele'?

Highfield Road, then home of Coventry City, was one of the many stopping off points of Nii Lamptey, dubbed 'the new Pele' after his displays in the Under-17 World Cup of 1991.

Lamptey's appearances with the Sky Blues in the mid-1990's were few, enlivened only by a sumptuous League Cup against Hull City, but his story is an amazing one, if only for sad reasons.

To read the Observer's interview with Lamptey, who, aged only 33, is back in his homeland, click here

Writer:CCFC
Date:Friday March 7 2008
Time: 6:15PM

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nice little article this one he has dissapeared
ozanne park rangers
08/03/2008 05:50:00
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