At Baba Yara Sports Stadium, a crying fan receives complete sponsorship.



 After his actions went viral, former Ghana U20 player Karim Sadat noticed the video and revealed that a friend is interested in financing the fan's journey to Qatar for the World Cup to support the Blackstars.

As a result, the Halmstads forward used his Twitter account to appeal to the general public to assist him in locating the aforementioned fan.

"Please assist me in locating this individual. "A buddy has offered to sponsor him to go to the World Cup in Qatar," the footballer wrote on Twitter.

After his actions went viral, former Ghana U20 player Karim Sadat noticed the video and revealed that a friend is interested in financing the fan's journey to Qatar for the World Cup to support the Blackstars.

As a result, the Halmstads forward used his Twitter account to appeal to the general public to assist him in locating the aforementioned fan.

"Please assist me in locating this individual. "A buddy has offered to sponsor him to go to the World Cup in Qatar," the footballer wrote on Twitter.

In other developments, following the Black Stars' successful World Cup qualification campaign, President Nana Akufo-Addo has promised a "special gift" for the players and technical staff.

After holding Nigeria to a 1-1 draw in Abuja on Tuesday, Ghana qualified for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar on the away goals rule after the first leg ended goalless.




Source: Ghpage.com 

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