Ghanaian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Premier League club Arsenal and the Ghana national team, Thomas Partey, has launched his foundation.
The Black Stars deputy captain, who turned 28 recently, was joined by friends and family members as he successfully launched the foundation at Somanya on Monday, June 14, 2021, aimed at creating opportunities for the youth in his hometown, Odumasi-Krobo and Ashaiman.
Partey, who joined the Gunners last summer from Atletico Madrid in a deal worth 50 million euros, foundation would also provide basic amenities through different projects and activities, and this is his own way of giving back to society, having risen to become one of Ghana’s most celebrated footballers.
Meanwhile, Thomas Teye partey has shown the face of his parents for the very time on social media while celebrating his 28th birthday.
The Ghanaian midfielder turned 28 years old on Sunday, June 13, 2021, and the player took to his Instagram handle and shared photos with family and friends to mark the big day. Continue Reading…