Ghana women’s football Captain moves to China

The 26-year old has signed for Jiangsu Suning for a season after leaving American side Seattle Reign in February.

Ghana Black Queens captain Elizabeth Addo has joined the growing number of African footballers plying their trade in the Chinese Women’s Super League.

The 26-year old has signed for Jiangsu Suning for a season after leaving American side Seattle Reign in February.

Addo will now play alongside former Kvarnsvedens teammate and Malawian star Tabitha Chawinga and becomes the fourth African player to move to the Chinese Women’s Super League in 2019.

She joins South Africa duo Linda Motlhalo and Chrestinah Thembi Kgatlana and Nigeria’s Francisca Ordega.

Addo was named in the Best XI of the 2018 Women’s AFCON despite exiting the group stage.

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