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Berry Ladies FC Trio Earned Call-Up to U17 Women’s National Team

In an exciting development for Berry Ladies FC, three of their standout young stars—Rahinatu Mumuni, Afriyie Agyeiwaa Akosua, and Elizabeth Boateng Adjoa Linking—have been called up to the U17 national team. This recognition comes as a testament to their exceptional performances throughout the season, which have not only contributed significantly to their club’s success but have also caught the eyes of national team selectors.

Season Standouts

Linking, a dynamic midfielder, has been instrumental in controlling the pace and rhythm of the game for Berry Ladies FC. Her ability to read the game and make crucial interceptions has turned many a match in her team’s favor. With her technical skills and vision, she has been a key playmaker, assisting and scoring crucial goals throughout the season.

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Elizabeth Linking Boateng
Elizabeth Linking Boateng

Rahinatu, known for her versatility and robust defending, has been a cornerstone of the team’s backline until injury hit her before the start of the season. Her defensive prowess and ability to transition play from defense to attack seamlessly have been vital in keeping the team’s defense solid and dependable.

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Rahinatu Mumuni
Rahinatu Mumuni

Akosua, the young forward, has been a revelation this season with her speed, agility, and sharp finishing skills. Her ability to outpace defenders and her precision in front of goal have made her one of the most promising young talents in the league. With several important goals to her name this season, Akosua has been a constant threat to opposing defenses, keeping them on their toes.

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Akosua Agyeiwaa Afriyie

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National Team Implications

The call-up to the U17 national team for these players comes just as the league season is winding down, with only three matches left to play. This selection is an opportunity for Rahinatu, Linking, and Akosua to showcase their talents on a larger stage and gain invaluable experience at the international level. It is also a moment of pride for Berry Ladies FC, as it highlights the club’s commitment to developing young talent and its success in nurturing players who can perform at both club and international levels.

Club Support and Future Prospects

Berry Ladies FC has expressed immense pride in their players’ achievements. The club’s management and coaching staff have been supportive, noting that this opportunity will be beneficial for the players’ development and confidence. Coach Freeman Amponsah commented, “We are incredibly proud of Rahinatu, Linking, and Akosua. Their call-up is well-deserved, and it reflects the hard work they have put in all seasons. This is also a big moment for Berry Ladies FC as it shows our dedication to developing young talent that can compete on any stage.”

As these players prepare to join the national camp, they will be looking to carry forward their club form into the international arena. This experience is likely to further their skills and provide them with the exposure necessary to develop into top footballers.

Conclusion

The selection of these three young talents is not only a personal achievement for Rahinatu, Linking, and Akosua but also a milestone for Berry Ladies FC, affirming the club’s role as a breeding ground for future stars. As the season approaches its climax, the club, its fans, and the players’ families will undoubtedly be watching these stars shine, both in their remaining club fixtures and on the international stage.

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