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Little Ghanaian Girl’s Ball Joggling Skills Goes Viral – Video

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Ghanaian Girl's Ball Joggling

Ghanaian girl’s ball joggling skills goes viral and everyone is showering praises on her. Help her become a football star is the cry of all who have seen the video. This is raw talent that needs to be polished into a world class star.

The Ghanaian girl’s ball joggling skills has caught the attention of millions already via twitter.

Ghana is one place in the world where boys and girls with such amazing talents are not given the needed help.

Players like Martha of Brazil and all the big female football stars would attest to the fact that, helping this girl will go a long way to add to and improve women’s football.

The fact is many young girls of her age cannot display this kind of skills. Ghana cannot boast of any excellent female footballers academy where girls like this little angel can be sent to improve her football skills and become a star. Football as a sports needs to be taken more serious especially women’s football.

If such girls are not discovered, and help does not come, they loose interest and fail to reach their full potential.

Trendit360 believes that through this publication, colleges and schools in the US, Germany, Canada and Britain where such talents are taken from the ashes and made world stars will come to her aid to help this girl realize her dream of becoming a footballer in the near future.

Mukarama Abdulai and the Ghanaian Girl’s Ball Joggling

Ghana showed the world what has at the just ended women’s under 17 world in 2018.  At the competition, the captain of the team Mukarama Abdulai, won the Golden Boot when she finished as the top scorer at the 2018 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup.

This new sensation we call the Little Football Angel can be a member of the Ghana’s Female under 17 team in a few years to come if she is helped.

The Ghana Football Association must take this project up and ensure, this girl gets the help she needs. She can become Ghana’s version of Brazil’s Martha if we help help develop her talent professionally.

The GFA president, The officers who have been newly appointed to work on women’s football must also contribute to the effort as this falls directly under their jurisdiction.

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