After spells with several professional clubs Kofi Nyamah had a single season with Exeter City before continuing his career in non-league football.
After coming through Cambridge United’s youth team, Kofi made twenty-three league appearances for the first-team - scoring twice - between 1993 and 1995. He then had eighteen months with Kettering Town in 1995 before returning to the professional ranks with Stoke City for whom he made 17 league appearances.
Released by the Potters, Kofi joined Luton Town in September 1998 but only managed a couple of appearances in cup competitions. Following a loan spell with Kingstonian, Kofi agreed terms with Exeter City in July 1999.
Kofi made his Exeter debut against Hull City on the opening day of the 1999/2000 season and went on to feature forty-one times in all competitions. Scoring once against Barnet in August 1999, and playing right through until the final game of the season in May, Kofi’s season at Exeter City represented the highpoint of his professional career with respect to games played.
Yet it wasn’t enough to secure a second season at St James’ Park and Kofi moved on briefly to Stevenage Borough followed in quick succession by Billericay Town, Kingstonian and Hayes. The winger later played for Boreham Wood ahead of finishing his career with a move to Enfield Town in 2007.
Outside of football Kofi worked with Ealing council in a community engagement role.
Appearances as Substitute
League 35; Cups 6 (41)