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Adjoa Bayor

Adjoa Bayor is the skipper of the Black Queens, which is the Ghana women's national football team. She was a member of the World All Stars team to play against the China women's national football team in April 2007 at Wuhan, China

She plays for Ghatel Ladies in Accra, Ghana and has also played for FC Indiana in the United States recently.[1] In September 2007 Adjoa Bayor captained the Ghana national team at the World Cup in China. Although Ghana did not get out of the group stage, Bayor scored a remarkable goal from a free kick just outside Norway's penalty area when she faced the wrong way, then casually turned and shot. She was voted African footballer of the year in 2003 by CAF and was in contention in 2004 and 2006.

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