We have seen the hottest wives and girl friends of the big names in football and fortunately, we realised that big names in Ghanaian football don’t only have beautiful women to share their life with but also stunning daughters as well.

Sportsmen are so protective that they keep their children out of the cameras and all the drama in media.


Many of these fathers are former players but they have big names and some turned to be coaches so they are still related to football in one way or another.

We manage to dig out a few stunning daughters and we hope you enjoy knowing them.

Yaa Asantewaa Akonnor- Daughter of C.K Akonnor

Yaa Asantewaa Akunnor is the daughter of Charles K Akonnor who is a former Ghanaian international footballer. He has played as a versatile midfielder, mostly in Germany. Currently he works as the coach.

Imani Ayew- Daughter of Abedi Pele' Ayew

She is a member of one of Africa's famous football dynasties and the youngest child of the maestro Abedi 'Pele' Ayew. She's also a model


Gloria Osei Kuffour

Gloria is the daughter of Samuel Osei Kuffour a Ghanaian retired professional footballer. Known for his great physical power, he is best remembered for his time with Bayern Munich, where he represented for over a decade, winning a total of 16 major titles, and playing in nearly 250 official matches.

Gyan- Daughter of Asamoah Gyan

The all-time Ghanaian top scorer Asamoah Gyan showed his daughter to the world on her birthday. Little is known about her but we sure know that she bears the Gyan name. That is Asamoah Gyan's little Angel.

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The Appiah Sisters

James Kwesi Appiah, also known as Akwasi Appiah, is a Ghanaian football coach and former player. He is currently the coach of the Ghana Black Stars. Meet the Appiah sisters.

Appiah- Daughter of Stephen Appiah

Appiah posted a picture of his daughter on instagram on the girl's birthday. Stephen Leroy Appiah is a Ghanaian retired footballer who played as a midfielder. Appiah was a member of the Ghana national team. He also captained the black Stars.

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