Michael Essien and John Utaka chase coaching dream in Europe
26 April 2023 | 5:40 am
Michael Essien and John Utaka fought their way to the highest level of world football, winning league titles in England and France. Now they're facing a new battle as they look to break into the world of coaching.
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