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Video: Ex-Londoner's Charity Bid for Teen Footballers in Ghana

We’re inspired by the work of former Londoner Gabriel Ammah, who is appealing for help to support young, aspiring footballers in Ghana.

In the video above, Gabriel calls for people in the UK to donate old football equipment or funds to encourage the aspirations of teenage football club Lashibi United, based in Tema.

If you wish to support the scheme or for more information, email gabrielammah@yahoo.com

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Tags Money, Ghana, football, teenagers, Gabriel Ammah, lashibi united, tema, appeal, equipment, funds
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