Peter Hayford Baah
b. Littleborough 1 May 1973
CAREER: Shadsworth School;Accrington/Rossenda
le College;Blackburn Rovers Jul’89 (ass sch) Jun'91 (trainee);Rotherham United Apr'92 (loan);Fulham Jul'92[38+11-4];Wycombe Wanderers Sum'94 (trial);Northwich Victoria Sum'94;Columbus Xoggz (USA)'95;Ohio Xoggz (USA)'96;Burnley Nov'96 (trial); Bury (trial);Indiana Blast (USA)'98;Indiana Reggae Boys (USA);Cincinnati Kings Jul’05 (USA).
FL 1 app
FAYC 5 apps
A left winger whose father came from Ghana, he was spotted at Shadsworth School and was taken on the YTS. Temporarily converted to left back he made an unexpected debut against Fulham in an unorthodox line up. Injured when Kenny Dalglish took over he was immediately made surplus to requirements when Alan Wright was signed and later joined his old manager, Don Mackay, at Fulham. Released after two seasons at Craven Cottage he struggled to find a club and decided to coach in the USA, in Hawaii and New York. He also played professionally in the USISL and at both clubs he served he was in the company of an Ewood youth team colleague, Jon Pickup. He combined playing with a coaching role with Hamilton Southeastern School and Carmel High School and was temporary head coach with the Blast in 2003. In May 2006 he was appointed assistant coach to the Minnesota Thunder. He also coached Park Tudor High School and Indiana Fire Juniors.