Ghana female U17 star Fuseina Mumuni has joined Jordanian club Ammen Women Football Club in a lucrative deal which will see the female young playmaker turn the fortunes of the club in the Jordanian League.
Speaking to the media, Fuseina expressed her joy in joining the club and thanked her immediate past coach at Pearlpia Ladies Fc, Nuhu Mallam for his contribution in naturing her into professional football.
She said, she hopes for more of her Ghanaian teammates especially those in Tamale to get such opportunities and as well join her.
She however promised to make Ghana proud while in Jordan.
She said “I’m going to work hard to make Ghana proud here in Jordan”
Mumuni Fuseina, is optimistic that her performance is going to influence most club owners in Jordan to come to Ghana and recruit female footballers into their respective clubs in Jordan.
“Ghanaians should expect that my performance is going to influence most club owners in Jordan to come to Ghana and recruit female footballers into their respective clubs in Jordan” she added.
Fuseina Mumuni is a 17 year old professional footballer who hails from Tamale in the Northern region.
She played for Right to dream from 2013 to 2016, played in the FIFA Women World Cup in Costa Rica 2014 and Jordan 2016.
She made her third appearance in the women U17 World Cup in 2018 at Uruguay where she scored a goal in their opening match where she was injured; and now playing for Jordanian club Ammen.
By: Prince Kwame Tamakloe