Abambila wants to win Uefa Champions League with Chelsea Ladies

The youngster hopes to catch the eye of the Blues scouts when the Women's U20 World Cup kicks off

Ghana Women U20 star Enerstina Abambila has revealed her desire to land a move to English female football powerhouse Chelsea Ladies.

The 19-year-old, who joined Belarusian Women’s League side ZFK Minsk last year, believes she will be able to win the Uefa Women's Champions League when she lands such an opportunity in England.

''My aim is to play for Chelsea Ladies. I want to win the Women’s Champions League with Chelsea Ladies so I will do my best during the World Cup in France,'' Abambilla told Spice FM.

''Women football in Ghana doesn't pay off financially. My biggest challenge was when I picked up an injury which ruled me out for close to a year in 2012," she added.

Although, Abambila's mother kicked against her decision to be a footballer, she has revealed that her father always stood behind her.

''My mum was against my profession from the early stages. She said I won’t give birth if I continue playing football," she said.

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''However, my father was always in support of what I was doing when I started from my early stages and believed I can achieve something monumental through football.''

Abambila played a crucial role as Ghana qualified to the 2018 female U20 World Cup holding in France between August 6 and 25.


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