Renowned Ghanaian referee William Agbovi has retired after more than two decades in the profession.
Agbovi called it a quit after reaching the mandatory retirement age of 45 and has decided to concentrate on his teaching profession
The referee who has been in service since 1992 and spent 26 years in the job was one of the few Ghanaian FIFA match officials.
He handled several local and international matches including games on the continents preferably the CAF Inter-Club competition.
He was also named the referee of the year in Ghana on several occasions.