Black Queens midfielder joins Serbian side Zenski Fudbalski Klub Obilic

Ghana’s female international Portia Boakye has officially joined Serbian side Zenski Fudbalski Klub Obilic, Pulse.com.gh can exclusively confirm.

Boakye joined the Serbian side on a loan until the end of the season from Ghanaian women’s top-flight side fabulous ladies owned by vociferous Madama Abiba Atta.

The Black Queens wizkid in an exclusive interview withPulse.com.gh confirmed the news from his base in Serbia and how she was scouted by the club.

“I have joined Zenski Fudbalski and I can confirm the deal has been completed, it is a sixth-month loan deal. The club had assess to me through their Ghanaian scout Abdul Razak, I will also take the opportunity to thank the owner of Fabulous Ladies Madam Abiba Atta for her supports during my days at the club and I will never forget the things she did for me,” Boakye told Pulse.com.gh

The 21 year-old enterprising attacking midfielder has been one of the most rising talents after he captained the Black Maidens of Ghana to win bronze medal at the U-17 world championship held in Azerbaijan in 2011.

In 2015 during the All African Games in Congo Brazzaville, Portia Boakye’s solitary strike won the Gold medal for the Black Queens of Ghana against tournament’s favourite Cameroon.

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