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Let’s take a look at some Ghanaian bloods who were born in the UK, whether they have decided to give their international allegiance to the European state or to the Africans.
Ghana does have some historical ties with England and the UK, so it is understandable to see some Ghanaian names on the team list of the Three Lions.
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Top Five British Ghanaian Footballers
1. Joseph Luke Wollacott – Goalkeeper
Joe Wollacott is one of the most recent British Ghanaians who was born in the UK. Joe was born in 1996 in Bristol to Ghanaian parents.
He currently plays for Charlton Athletic although he has played for the likes of Swindon town and Forest Green Rovers.
Even though he has played the majority of his career in the lower divisions of English football, he’s managed to find his way to the Black Stars national team and helped them to the FIFA World Cup.
He has made eleven appearances with some of them coming from the AFCON in Cameroon in 2022.
2. Callum Hodson-Odoi – Winger
Callum Hodson-Odoi may have played three games for the English national team and is on loan at Bayer Leverkusen from Chelsea.
Odoi was linked with a possible switch to the Black Stars of Ghana internationally. He debuted in March 2019 in a UEFA Euro qualifiers against Czech republic becoming the youngest player at age 19 to do so for the Three Lions.
3. Danny Welbeck
Arguably the most popular of this bunch, Welbeck is widely known to be born to Ghanaian parents although he lived most of his life in England and played for the Three Lions.
He started out at Manchester United although he eventually moved to Arsenal and then Watford before eventually settling at Brighton where he currently plays.
Welbeck has played at three World Cups and Euro Championships for the Three Lions.
4. Jeremie Frimpong – Right Back
Jeremiah Frimpong was born and brought up in the Netherlands but spent a long time in England where he was brought up and where he started his youth career with Manchester City in 2010.
He currently plays for Bayer Leverkusen in Germany and has featured in three UEFA Champions League matches this season.
He has featured for Celtic in Scotland and has played for the cadet teams of the Netherlands but is yet to make a senior debut, hence still eligible for the Black Stars.
5. Jeffrey Schlupp- Left Back
Jeffrey Schllup is one player who was born in Germany but can also be classified as a British Ghanaian after growing up in the UK and starting his youth career in England.
Schlupp started his academy career in 2005 with Leicester City and played for the Foxes till 2017. Since then he’s been featuring for Crystal Palace.
He has 20 appearances for Ghana having made his international debut in 2011.
This article was updated 3 months ago