Football is mostly male chauvinism, the debates, the quarrels and sighs of the game comes from men at most times.
There are exceptions where ladies join the excitement with the hope that they can rally behind the team they love most.
Women in football don't only care about the results on the pitch, but there are other activities that excite these ones to fall in love with the beautiful game.
The things they may like are the jerseys of the various teams, the look of some players or coaches. Ladies carefully choose teams to follow from the teams their partners are affiliated to.
Mamavi and Afia Pokua have shown their affiliation not only by pronouncements but by wearing jerseys representing their most loved clubs. It is always common for ladies to choose teams that are popular.
Both women have their clubs repped by wearing these jerseys. Afia Pokua repped the third jersey of the Fabulous team while Mamavi took on the second jersey of Accra Hearts of Oak.
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