Written By Chris Dailey
There is seemingly nothing Jeff Addai, founder of OPSM and professional soccer player for Pepo Lappeenranta in Finland, cannot do.
Addai went from recovering from a horrific ACL injury to starting his own company and giving hundreds of players the opportunity to pursue their dreams all while pursuing his, being a professional soccer player.
Addai, who has played for various clubs including the Tulsa Roughnecks and VPS, recently signed with his new club, Pepo, and is excited to help propel the club into the first division.
Addai, a technical midfielder, brings tons of talent, grit, and experience to a side that is pushing for glory.
Pepo is a club with rich history, being founded in 1958 and since connecting with and having professional ties with FC Utrecht and Fortuna Sittard. Now, Pepo is preparing for a run at first flight football, having its best opportunity to get to the glory land of Finnish football in the clubs’ history.
Addai is no stranger to challenges and is ready to start the season.
“I’ve had opportunities in Germany and abroad that weren’t able to go through (due to COVID-19, but I am extremely grateful with how everything played out and I’m excited for this opportunity with Pepo,” Addai stated.
Addai, the founder and one of the faces of OPSMPRO is leading the way on and off the pitch and doing things never seen before. Being a pro player while giving others the chance to be a pro.
OPSM represents top professional athletes such as Matt Sheldon, Michael Cunningham, and Anthony Legendre amongst many more current and aspiring professional players.
Addai will continue working on the company while in Finland and helping grow and establish OPSM as North America’s premier soccer agency while helping his club reach their lifelong goal, promotion into the first flight.