Black Queens' Adjoa Bayor signs for Immigration Ladies

The 33-year-old captain of the women’s national football team joins veterans such as Memunatu Abiba Sulemana, Patience Okoe among others in the women’s league
Black Queens captain Adjoa Bayor has signed for Accra-based Ghana Immigration Ladies in the upcoming national women's league.

Bayor, 33, who is regarded as one of the most talented women footballers the country has ever seen is back from Germany to re-launch her career and also help build a new Black Queens team.

The former Ghatel Ladies, FC Indiana and FF USV Jena striker is not the only veteran who will be gracing the maiden edition of the women’s national football league as some of her peers including Memunatu Abiba Sulemana, Patience Okoe, Hamdiya Abass and others have all signed for clubs.

The league which is a step to revive women football in Ghana kicks off on December 16 and will be launched on the fourth of that same month.