Ghana’s very well-known soccer young maestro, Kingsley Fobi for those who do not know joined one of the world’s athletic and casual footwear brand in 2016 and still sailing tremendously as an ambassador for “PUMA”, The German multinational company designs and produces athletic and casual gears, which is headquartered in Herzogenaurach, Bavaria in Germany.
Kingsley Fobi for the records graduated from “Right to Dream Academy” as a professional footballer, presently stuns as a player of Watford Football Club in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and on loan to UD Ibiza in Spain.
As a Ghanaian born in antique town of Cape Coast in the central region of Ghana, Kingsley in 2016 departed the Academy to join Italian side Udinese and appropriately moved to Granada on Loan, then managed by England’s former captain, Tony Adams after a brief invocation in the under-19s.
Prior to his switch to Italy, Kingsley Fobi fully represented the republic of Ghana at the FIFA under-20 World Cup in the year 2015, performing very well and playing in every game for the Black Starlets which includes a 3-2 conquest against Argentina.
Kingsley then signed for English Premier League team Watford FC in 2017 and has since been celebrated as one of Africa’s youngest game changers in football abroad. His deal with PUMA commenced in the year 2016 before joining Watford and he still sways as an Ambassador the PUMA – The world’s 3rd largest sportswear manufacturer, founded in 1948 by Rudolf Dassler.