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Aduana Stars Defender Hafiz Adams Savours Emotional Strike In Charity Game Against Ivory Coast World Cup Stars

Celebrated Aduana Stars FC wing back Hafiz Adams has described his rare goal against the 2006 Ivory Coast FIFA World cup squad in the charity game a goal for charity after netting in the 5-1 demolition of the Elephants at the NAB I park in Dormaa.

The flying full back kept his composure to net for the Ogya Boys after Kwame Diatti had opened the scoring for the host and has now dedicated his goal to all charity organization across the world.

Aduana Stars thrashed their pot bellied opposition by a commanding 5-1 score line with goals from Abu Saddick, Bright Adjie Hafiz Adams and Kwame Diatti in the ceremonial game targeted at generating an ambulance for the Dormaa Presbyterian hospital.

Speaking to after the game, Hafiz Adams dedicated his goal to all charity organizations around the world as they continue to provide support for the needy in the society.

“It is a game for charity and any goal from it must be goal for charity and mine was not an exception. I dedicate the goal to all charity organizations in the world for their immense role in helping the needy in the society.

“It was an opportunity to also meet some African legend and share the same field with them as well. It was fun but in the end but the proceeds will go a long way to helping the society at large”, Adams told exclusively.

The flying full back is one of the most respected footballers in the northern region of Ghana having led Wa All Stars FC to the ultimate glory in 2016.

He remains an iconic figure in the annals of Wa All Stars FC and has won numerous awards on the pitch both with Northern Blues and Aduana Stars .

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Saani Abacha

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