Former Hasaacas Ladies defender Regina Antwi has completed a move to Lernayin Artsakh football club in Armenia.
She joined from Turkish side, 1207 Antalya Spor Kulubu following the expiration of her contract.
Regina’s stwich to the Armenian side were made possible after her management and the team have had a conclusion of all paper works.
The robust center-back after completion of her move said she was elated on the new chapter of her footballing career.
She promise to work harder and fight for the batch of Lernayin Artsakh amidst reaching her footballing dreams.
Regina Antwi plays as a center back with attributes of being solid, strong, and athletic coupled with her composure both on and off the ball at the defensive backline.
At club level, she was part of the Hasaacas Ladies team that won the maiden edition of the WAFU Zone B Caf Women’s Champions League in 2021.
She also won a bronze medal with the Black Maidens ( U-17) team in Azerbaijan in 2012.
Having played for the Black Maidens her exploits also earn her a place into the female U-20 team-Black Princesses as well as the female senior national team, the Black Queens.
Source Kenneth Abban
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