“I Quit Football To Do Music” – Kofi Kinaata Reveals Why He’s Investing So Much In Football

Many have questioned why talented Ghanaian musician, Kofi Kinaata, made the decision to invest in a football team instead of nurturing young talent on his record label.

Kofi Kinaata, the owner of Team Move FC, an academy football club in Takoradi, has addressed this query by explaining his preference for investing in football over showbiz.

In an exclusive interview with Amansan Krakye, as reported by, Kofi Kinaata stated that being a musician does not necessarily equate to having the skills to manage other musicians.

He clarified that his involvement in football is purely a financial investment, leaving the coaching and overall management of the team to professionals in the field.

Kofi Kinaata, who has a background in football as a player, acknowledged that not all great players can become successful coaches.

He drew a parallel between his lack of expertise in music management and the potential challenges he may face in grooming new talents under his record label.

Ultimately, Kofi Kinaata’s decision to invest in football reflects his recognition of his strengths and limitations in different industries, emphasizing the importance of delegating responsibilities to those with the appropriate skills and experience.


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