A video of a Ghanaian woman demonstrating her football abilities while wearing high heels has gone viral.
There is a lot of talent in Ghana, but the problem is that we don't know how to develop it. This is a major challenge for us.
Many people have had the opportunity to travel overseas to display their talents and have done so effectively, whilst others have not had the opportunity and have failed miserably.
One of the most talked-about Ghanaian women on the internet has been observed playing football as if she were a professional player while wearing a high heel.
The lady was observed using her legs to move the football up and down the field without the ball touching the ground at any point. In response to the video, several individuals have expressed their admiration, urging the Ghana Football Association to consider allowing the young woman to represent the country's Black Star women's squad.
"She will be overjoyed if she is given the opportunity to play for the Black Star women's team." The social media community responds. Please share your thoughts with us in the comment box below, and don't forget to forward this information along to others.
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