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Ghanaian Attacker George Payne Makes History

George Payne his history

Ghanaian born Feydhoo FC attacker, George Payne, made history with his club in winning their first ever silverware in the Minivan 50 Championship after defeating Faredmaathodaa FC 1-0 in the finals of the competition.

Payne helped his team with 11 goals in 10 matches making him one of the top scorers in the competition.

The minivan 50 championship is a flagship tourney in the Republic of Maldives, engaging seventy-eight(78) football clubs.

Payne, who was filled with sheer joy after the history making victory speaking to said “first of all, I give thanks to almighty God for this victory, it was a five month lasting tourney which was indeed very difficult, but in all, I’m happy to have made history with my club Feydhoo FC.”

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