Fafali Dumehasi, the deputy captain of the Black Queens, has announced her retirement from international football, bringing an end to her seven-year career with the national team.
The goalkeeper, who also played for Police Ladies Football Club, expressed her gratitude to the Ghana Football Association, coaches, and teammates for making her career a fruitful one.
“I wish to express my sincere gratitude to the Ghana Football Association for the opportunity granted me to exhibit my talent and also to serve the Country” Fali said on Friday.
”I’m very grateful and wish to announce my retirement from the National Team, the astute shot stopper stated in a letter addressed to the General secretary, Prosper Harrison Addo.
Fafali made her senior debut in 2014 in an international friendly against Japan and was an integral member of the Black Queens squad that won the 2015 All African games.
She featured in three African Women Cup of Nations tournaments and was in post for Ghana during the Turkish Cup in Turkey, Aisha Buhari Cup in Nigeria, AWCON 2022 qualifiers, and an international friendly against Morocco prior to her retirement.
Fafali has already had stints with the Black Maidens and Princesses and is currently part of the technical team of Police Ladies. She has hinted at venturing into full-time coaching.