Ghanaian midfielder Raphael Ohin has made history by becoming the first Ghanaian to signed for Canadian top-flight side Valour FC.
The Winnipeg-based club on Friday, January 11, confirmed that the talented Ghanaian footballer has joined the club by signing a multi-year contract.
The 23-year-old middleman joins Valour FC after playing three seasons with WSA Winnipeg of the (Professional Development League scoring five goals).
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“Raphael has been consistently the top performer for the WSA Winnipeg franchise for the last few seasons,” said Valour FC Head Coach and General Manager Rob Gale.
“It’s a great addition for us he’s a terrific character and this will be a great challenge for him to progress into fulltime professional soccer.”
Before moving to Canada, Ohin played for academy teams in a number of different countries including Switzerland (2010-2011), Thailand (2012), Sweden (2013) and his home country of Ghana (2008-2010).
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In other news, Ghanaian footballer Mubarak Wakaso is currently hot after Paris-based model, Marina Mason, accused him of infidelity.
According to the model, Wakaso who is already married went behind his wife to have an affair with her.
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