Women’s football in Ghana though not the best as produced lots of great talents such as Adwoa Bayor, Ama Pele and many others on the international football scene.
Today on expoz connect we get to unveil a young female footballer and a student of the University of Ghana, legon.
Real Name; Fumey Kafui Dorcas
Football Name; Faraday
Plays for: Ridge City Women F/C
Did you know?
“Faraday 10” is currently pursuing her masters degree in theatre arts at the University of Ghana, Legon.
“Faraday 10” is the founder of Choose life Ghana foundation. An NGO that sees to throw more light on Suicidal issues.
She topped the goal chart on two consecutive season In the University of Ghana female league, scoring 5 goals in 4 matches in 2016 and in 2019 she scored 8 goals in 4 matches.
She is a movie director.
In her own words;
How many times have you played in GUSA Games?
” I’ve appeared twice in Main GUSA (first was hosted by Winneba in 2016 & 2nd was hosted by UDS in 2018 this year will be my 3rd appearance in main GUSA) ”
“I also appeared in mini GUSA in 2017 hosted by UCC”
Which year did you Captain UG women’s team?.
“I captained the team during the last main GUSA in 2018 hosted by UDS”
How many goals have you scored in all competitions?.
“I’ve scored 18 goals in all competitions, the most memorable one is a goal I scored against KNUST”
What inspires you to play football?
“Wanting to do more with the feminine character ones deprived of the opportunity to play”.
What’s your view on the current women’s league in Ghana?
“The new phase is a very good one, it appears the future got lot of greater things and I’m trusting the new executive for a better development of the league”.
What’s your Favorite Jersey Number?
“Number 10 basically because of my role models in football (Mata & Messi) In the absence of the 10 jersey, I eye the 3 jersey because of my all time favorite player, Asamoah Gyan who is good at saving the day in a dying minute”.
Wrapping up on the exclusive chit chat, The young and skillful forward mentioned, she would be more than happy to play for the Black Queens of Ghana if called.