Danny Welbeck donates jerseys to football academy in Ghana

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According to a tweet shared by Danny Welbeck, the former Manchester United and Arsenal forward has donated sets of jerseys to a football in Ghana.

The former England striker’s thoughtful act benefited the junior football team of the Atwima Nwabiagya Municipality in the township of Nkawie Panin in the Ashanti Region.

Before the commencement of the youth league, the Welbeck family in Ghana made the presentation.

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“The local Nkawie Panin team appears prepared for the upcoming Ghanaian season. Welbeck posted on Twitter, “Big shout out to Brighton and Buzz the kit man for assisting my family kit out the team. As they prepared for the season, the football club’s players and managers expressed their gratitude to the player.

Welbeck was raised in the Longsight neighbourhood of Manchester and was born there to Ghanaian parents. In a 1-1 draw in a friendly match against Ghana in March 2011, Welbeck earned his international debut for England.

On June 2, 2012, he scored the lone goal in a friendly win over Belgium, his first goal in a senior international match. Welbeck went on to achieve 42 caps for England by playing at the UEFA Euro 2012, the FIFA World Cup in 2014, and the FIFA World Cup in 2018.


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