Northern Ladies attacker, Abdulai Mukarama, 19 has joined Spanish side, Deportivo Alaves on two years contract for an undisclosed fee. Abdulai Mukarama grabbed global attention in football when she represented Ghana in the 2018 Women’s U-17 world cup in Uruguay. She ended the competition as the top scorer and second best player.
Below is the story from the camp of Deportivo Alaves
“Deportivo Alavés and Abdulai Mukarama have reached an agreement whereby the Ghanaian forward will become a new Albiazul player for the next two seasons .
Abdulai Mukarama [Ghana, 2002] occupies the position of forward and arrives at the Gloriosas from Northem Ladies FC. Last season she competed in LSU Soccer, the American university league, where she managed to be the top scorer of the championship. The Ghanaian attacker has international experience as the captain of her national team , being one of the top references of the ‘Black Maidens’ scoring 12 goals in the preliminary competition of the African zone for the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Uruguay 2018.
In her debut at the 2018 U-17 Women’s Soccer World Cup, she scored a hat-trick against the host team, Uruguay . Scoring a total of 6 goals in the international championship in the three games played with Ghana.
Abdulai Mukarama arrives at the Paseo de Cervantes entity to bring youth, strength and a goal to the premiere of the Gloriosas in the Primera Iberdrola, and in what will in turn be its premiere in the Spanish league.
From Deportivo Alavés we want to wish the best of luck to Abdulai Mukarama in his time as Albiazul.”
Speaking to a reporter of sportsmrnews.com, the head coach of Northern Ladies Fc, Sumani Basirudeen confirmed the transfer and used the opportunity to wish Abdulai Mukarama well in her new club. The coach believes that Abdulai Mukarama has all what it takes to succeed at any club, by the grace of God.
“It is true that Abdulai Mukarama joined Deportivo Alaves. I wish her well. I believe she can succeed at the new because she has all what it takes to do so”. Says the head coach of Northern Ladies Fc, Sumani Basiru-Deen
By: Mumuni Abdul-Mumin, sportsmrnews.com