- England's 2017 U17 World Cup winning hero Rhian Brewster has been spotted in Ghana for the holidays
- The former Liverpool star joined Memphis Depay and friends in Ghana as he spends time off after a long season
- Brewster plays for Sheffield United in the English Championship after leaving Liverpool in the summer of 2020
Top scorer at the FIFA U17 World Cup in India, 2017, Rhian Brewster has been spotted in Ghana having fun during the summer holidays.
The Sheffield United player arrived in Ghana together with Barcelona star Memphis Depay and Holland forward Quincy Promes.
Brewster will be in the country for a couple of days before travelling back to England to begin pre-season with Sheffield United.
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The 22-year-old shot to prominence after scoring eight goals as England won their first-ever FIFA U17 World Cup in India in 2017.
He was also part of the Liverpool team that won the 2018 UEFA Champions League.
However, after struggling to break into the first team of the Reds, he was shipped on loan to Swansea.
He later joined Sheffield United in October 2020 on a permanent deal.
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U17 World Cup winner reveals how marine spirits helped Ghana win 1995 tournament
Emmanuel Bentil, captain of the victorious Black Starlets team in 1995, has made a shocking revelation of how several players from that team failed to reached their potential following theur success in Ecuador.
The team that defeated Brazil in the final to win Ghana's second U17 World Cup had several top players, including the darling boy Awudu Issaka, Baba Sule and Stephen Appiah.
In an interview with Lifestyle TV, Bentil opened up on how the team consulted marine spirits to aid them to win the cup.