Ghanaian female football star Samira Suleman has been talking about her post-playing career aspirations, claiming that she fancies a job as a football administrator or a coach.
Suleman, currently a regular member of Ghana’s Senior National Women’s football team, the Black Queens plies her trade at Icelandic club Víkingur Ólafsvík.
This was after the 28 year old, had a dominant spell with Hasaacas Ladies on the local scene.
Speaking to Football Made in Ghana, the 28 year old has been talking about what she would love to do after she decides to hang her boots.
Suleman insists hee eyes are fixated on staying in the football industry and has already eyed coaching or being a football administrator.
“You will have to look at the trend.In the football fraternity, I am one person who admires administration so much,” she told FMIG’s GH Footy Show.
“Somebody like Evelyn Nsiah Asare, Liberty Professionals CEO (Linda Ansong), Madam Leanier Addy, I admire such people so much.
“I would love to go into administration but I have had a couple of people tell me that the way I am, I would do well in coaching.
“So now, it’s both but if you look at the trend, then you decide on something. I will definitely go into one”.