_DSC6334In season one of Airtel Rising Stars, Priscilla Okyere was discovered and later became the captain of the national U-17 women?s team that won bronze medal in FIFA under 17 women?s tournament in Azerbaijan.

As the search continued, Sandra Owusu Ansah, Florence Annor, Kubrah Abubakari and Belinda Anane were also discovered in season three of Airtel Rising Stars, after which they also became integral members of the national U-17 women?s team which participated in Costa Rica 2014 tournament organized by FIFA.

ARS Zonal games in Ho has once again discovered talented twins from the Eastern Region who have been tipped by soccer legends Ibrahim Sunday and world cup winning coach, E.K Afranie to be the Messi?s in Ghana football.

The twins, Adams Fuseni and Adams Alhassan, play for a coachless team called Declassicals in the Eastern Region and needed to train on their own since their team?s coach died a year ago.

In an interview with the boys, the Adams said their dream of playing football to a world class stage was revived with the coming of Airtel Rising Stars. They said, they heard about ARS on radio and went to play ?justify your inclusion? and were subsequently selected to be part of the team which came to represent Eastern Region.

Adams Fuseni and Alhassan also noted that though their team could not perform to expectation,? they are however happy about the fact that they have been selected into the Zonal team that will be representing Eastern Region in the National finals in Sunyani.

The chairman of the Eastern Regional team, G.K Boateng on his part said he was delighted to see how the boys play quality football, as they have the skill, speed, pace and above all good sense of judgment when they are on the ball.

?It was based on these qualities that is why I included them in my team and am happy they have been chosen to be part of the Zonal team to play in the national finals? He said.

Adams Fuseni and Adams Alhassan, both in form two, attend Oti Boateng Secondary and Gratis Foundation respectively.


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