Ghanaian amputee footballers are lifting the flag of Ghana high in Turkey with their footballing skills.
These footballers despite their condition, are really carving a niche for themselves in the Turkish Amputee League.
They are, Clement Agyemang, Yusif Yahaya and Emmanuel Allotey and they play for Yeditepe Engerliler Spor Club.
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With their performance, they are the most sought-after players in the Turkish Amputee League.
However, one interesting thing is that, the team they are playing for is coached by a Ghanaian , Stephen Richard Obeng.
According to checks by YEN.com.gh, Obeng is the president of Gye Nyame Amputee Football Club based in Ghana.
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Obeng is the only black coach leading an amputee football club in Europe.
The three players and Obeng moved to Turkey after their superb display during the 2018 Ghana Amputee League.
They won awards during their time in the Amputee League staged in Ghana.
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According to Obeng, he is learning in Turkey and he will be returning to Ghana to promote the sport on the contingent.