Lawrence Aidoo

Lawrence Aidoo ( born January 14, 1982 in Accra, Ghana) is a Ghanaian football player.


Before Aidoo moved to Germany, he played in Ghana Sekondi Hasaacas and the King Faisal Babes.

In October 1999, Aidoo joined Borussia Mönchengladbach where to use it only came with the amateurs. Aidoo was soon one of the top performers in the amateurs and was brought to the professionals. Aidoo became a regular player, to a torn ACL in early 2001. After his injury he won again inserts the pro squad.

In early 2003 Aidoo made ​​his first international match for Ghana against Tunisia in Tunis.

During the winter break of the season 2003/ 04 Aidoo transferred to 1 FC Nuremberg, where he could not get a foothold. For the 2005/06 season Aidoo joined Energie Cottbus, 2007, his contract was terminated there.

On 31 January 2008 Aidoo has been committed by the Regional division FSV Frankfurt. The contract between Aidoo and FSV Frankfurt was initially until 30 June 2008 and was highly related. After that, the club had a unilateral option to extend the contract for another year. This option was not considered by the FSV, so that Lawrence Aidoo was invited by Kickers Emden on trial. The Emden decided to Aidoo to submit a one-year contract, which he also wrote and was used as the season progresses more and more frequently. After Emden voluntarily retired after the 2008 /09 season due to licensing reasons in the league, he left the club.

From March 2010, he played in the Middle Rhine League with FC Wegberg- Beeck, with whom he celebrated promotion to the NRW-Liga. But even during the summer break in 2010, on July 19, FC Wegberg -Beeck announced the separation of Aidoo. Because the player had extended his vacation by yourself, he received the notice.

In November 2010, Aidoo joined the Niederrhein first division club FC Viersen, where he spent one and a half years. After his involvement in Viersen, he retired from football and played no more 18 months. In January 2014 it undertook the national league team Rheydter SV.