16 -year old Yusif Smith makes stride for Ghana in US
They started like him as a young boy with passion to achieve in football, and today, here they are, making waves as household names in the soccer side of Africa and the world as whole.
Some, who couldn’t even have the opportunity to start on a bigger platform, yet have worked hard to be at the top, how much more this young soccer talent Yusif Smith who is so fortunate to train and play with these International bigwigs at his very tender age.
Yusif Smith is sure the next big thing in Africa that Ghana football doesn’t need to overlook.
At the age of 16, Yusif Smith Kimeisua has made a tremendous stride for his country Ghana, being the first Ghanaian to win twice the 2nd Placed Private Schools gala competition in Maryland.
Private schools gala competition couldn’t have been better without incredible performances coming from this US-based Ghanaian International player Yusif Smith, as he makes a giant stride for Ghana with his overwhelming and passionate aptitude in football.
Yusif Smith from the beginning of this season has won the hearts of the American Soccer fans with his outstanding and crushing goal scoring skills which has today placed his team on top of high schools competition in Maryland Rush SC
The 16 year old winger player has won twice the 2nd placed private schools gala competition in the states sectional finalist and still making waves at the expense of his love for football.
Born on 25th December, 1999 in Ghana in the City of Accra, Yusif Smith Kimeisua started to attract attention as a schoolboy with determination to persevere in football, winning the battle for his signature.
It was an inspired piece of reconnaissance as it was soon evident he is a player of some promise.
In his number 17 Jersey, Yusif Smith is a Midfielder who plays forward right wing for Walt Whitman High Boys soccer team in Maryland Rush Sc.
A key member of the Under-17 team, he was a driving force in the 2016 Private Schools gala Cup-winning.
During his time with the club, he established himself as one of the most promising young players in the world, and have received many awards and other deserving prizes to his credit as the next big thing Ghana and Africa must lookout for.
Big up bro
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Ghana is watching him ……He will be a good asset to Ghana’s squad.
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