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Lucy Kwofie : “I want to go global with my career with the help of a good manager “

Lucy Kwofie started her football career with a boys team , Arsenal FC in Takoradi. She had the chance to play for some Senior High Schools in Takoradi , later in 2007, she was scouted to join a first division team called Great Ahanters also in Takoradi. In the course of training with her new side, she nearly called off her career due to some family issues but stood her grounds in becoming a great footballer as she perceived.

Lucy put up a good impression on her first match day for her side leading to another opportunity of being introduced to a different Division One side which was more advanced. In 2009, she completed Junior High School and joined the new team, Hassport Ladies Football Club. She trained with them until she gained admission to Senior High School in Mpohor Wassa east , Takoradi. Lucy was a boarder who resulted in training with the boys team on campus. Success is not achieved in a day a statement that explains consistency is key, she skipped school on several occasions to play friendly matches for her team.

Daily appraisals from her coaches on her versatility as a player was an evidence to her hard work. She served her team for eight good years (2009-2018) before moving to Hasaacas Ladies Football Club on loan. Few months later she gained a National U20 call up but was dropped in the process. She featured in the NC Special Competition and did her maximum best.

Lucy wishes to go global with her chosen path with the help of a good manager. She is proud not being an on loan player anymore and hopes things get better for the league to start again.

Article by : Nana Akua Fremah Gyamfi

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