A gaggle of 4 African ladies footballers has saved a clear sheet within the Turkish tremendous league serving to their crew Onvo Hatayspor with a complete of 9 objectives up to now.
They embody the 26-year-old Ivorian midfielder Aminata Haidara, 22-year-old Burkina Faso striker Juliette Nana, 21-year-old Ghanaian striker Suzzy Dede Teye and 27-year-old midfielder Priscilla Okyere.
“Their direct contributions to the success of the crew are actually nice. it makes a giant distinction for us. The gamers have all the time tried to play at a excessive stage for the reason that day they arrived. A very powerful factor for me is their humble personalities. they’re attempting to be higher after each recreation they play. they attempt to assist everybody,” mentioned Hilmi Bugüner, the technical director.
Okyere has scored 3 objectives and 4 assists, Teye has 5 objectives, Nana 1 purpose and 1 help, and Haidara has 1 help. They’ve all performed necessary function in holding their crew on the high, which is ranked 2nd within the league.
“It is my first time in Turkey, my first time in Hatayspor, and I feel that the primary a part of the season was very constructive for us, we performed 4 video games at residence, no losses however tougher away, massive challenges however I feel it was constructive,” mentioned Priscilla Okyere.
For Ghanaian ahead Suzzy Dede Teye, that is her first worldwide expertise with Hatayspor.
“It’s extremely obscure one another as a result of their stage of English shouldn’t be superb however I attempt to combine with the group after I communicate to them, it is translated, typically it is troublesome for me to say one thing however I really feel proud of them,” mentioned Suzzy Dede Teye.
4 of the six international gamers of Hatayspor are African footballers. The crew is now trying ahead to establishing itself as the very best membership within the Turkish league.
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