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Adjoa Bayor

Adjoa Bayor

Adjoa Bayor is a Ghanaian former footballer who played as a midfielder. She has captained the Ghana women's national team

1979

Born
17 May 1979

Born

Adjoa Bayor was born on 17 May 1979

1999

International career
10 July 1999

International career

Bayor represented the Ghana women's national football team during the 1999 FIFA Women's World Cup held in the United States.

2000

Career
10 July 2000

Career

Bayor participated as a member of the World All Stars team in a match against the China women's national football team, played for Ghatel Ladies in Ghana and FC Indiana in the United States, joined FF USV Jena in 2009, and was selected by CAF in 2018 to assist in conducting the draw for the Africa Women Cup of Nations alongside Anthony Baffoe.

2003

Titles
10 July 2003

Titles

She received the title of African Women Footballer of the Year in 2003 from CAF and was a nominee for the same accolade in 2004 and 2006.

2003

Honours
10 July 2003

Honours

In 2003, Adwoa Bayor emerged as the recipient of the African Women Player of the Year award.

2007

International career
10 July 2007

International career

Adjoa Bayor captained the Ghana national team in the World Cup in China, where she scored an impressive goal from a free kick by cleverly facing the wrong way before turning and shooting, although Ghana did not advance past the group stage.

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