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George Boateng

George  Boateng
Birthdate:September 05, 1975 in Accra (Gha)
International:4(0) caps(goals)
Current club:Retired
Former club(s):PBDKT T-Team (Mal), Nottingham Forest (Eng), Skoda Xanthi (Gre), Hull City (Eng), Middlesbrough (Eng), Aston Villa (Eng), Coventry City (Eng), Feyenoord, Excelsior, Spijkenisse
The Ghana-born Dutch international George Boateng left the Netherlands in 1998. He has played 1,5 season for Coventry City and moved to rivals Aston Villa in the summer of 1999. After three seasons playing in the claret blue, he has left Villa Park to join Middlesbrough. Boateng has signed a four-year-deal ending in 2006.

George Boateng extended his successful stay at Middlesbrough signing a new 3-year contract until 2009. He even made it to be the captain of the team. However, disputes with coach Southgate arise in 2007-08 season. They club allowed Boateng to change clubs.

George Boateng has signed a 2-year contract for Premier League newcomers Hull City until 2010. After the relegation of the club in the 2009-10 season, his contract was not extended.

In July 2010 George Boateng has left Hull City and signed for Greek side Skoda Xanthi on a two-year deal, bringing an end to his 12-year stint in the Premier League. At the end of the 2010-11 season he returned his contract to the club and was released on a free transfer.

In July 2011 Boateng returned to England. He signed a contract at Nottingham Forest for the 2011-12 season and was released at the end of the season. He continued keeping up his fitness in search for a club. Although being 37 years old, he still wants to play for another season professional football. Boateng already showed his interest in coaching youth players and attending coaching courses.

Mid-November 2012, the former Dutch international moved to Malaysia to play for PBDKT T-Team coached by British manager Peter Butler. At the end of the 2013 season, he was released from his contract, retired and was looking for a new job in a management role.

George Boateng found his first club as coach in Malaysia. In April 2014 he was appointed as head coach of Malaysian club Kelantan FA who play in the top tier.

Last update: July 17, 2014