Sun. Nov 27th, 2022

Ghana women U20 (Black Princess) star Fuseina Mumuni has supported Ghana women premier league giant Pearlpia ladies based in Tamale in the Northern Region.

The donation by the SogDiana midfielder brought huge relief and caused heavy smiles on the face of both management and the playing body of the northern club.

Before traveling abroad, Fuseina Mumuni played in the Ghana women premier league for Pearlpia ladies for a couple of years after she contributed magnificently towards the victories of her former club.

Speaking during the donation at the training ground of Pearlpia Ladies in Tamale, Fuseina Mumuni said the donation is out of the support and contribution of her former club.
“I have been with them for some years before I travelled so I presented these items to them by way of motivating the entire team and appreciating them for their help and love we have all shared together.” She explained.

Fuseina had her first national team call up in 2014 FIFA U17 World Cup staged in Costa Rica, before Jordan 2016, and the 2018 FIFA U17 world cup in Uruguay, she was also in Ghana’s U20 team that played against Morocco in 2020.

She currently plays for Uzbekistan women’s league and F.A cup winning side Sogdiana FC where she is the top scorer in the F.A cup with 33 goal to her credit and the second top scorer in the league with just a goal different from the top scorer who bagged 32 goals against Fuseina’s 31 goals.

The player used the brief occasion to advise her colleague footballers especially the women to reduce the luxurious and expensive lifestyle and concentrate more on the profession.

She added that, “I am working had now and I will like to be one of the biggest journalist after my football career.”

She also extended the donation to women division one side Tamale Super Ladies which eventually aided them to win the Northern Regional Unity games held in Savelugu.

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