Former Ghanaian footballer Charles Taylor shows his beautiful daughter who is a student at UG

  • Former Ghanaian football star, Charles Taylor has been spotted bonding with his beautiful daughter.
  • Charles Taylor shared a video of him and his daughter eating meat and fried yam chips at the Legon Campus of the University of Ghana, where she is currently studying.
  • Netizens who watched the video thronged the comments section to praise him for raising a beautiful daughter.

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Former Hearts and Kotoko footballer, Charles Kweku Bismark Taylor has shown off his beautiful daughter to his online followers.

In a video seen by Ghana Premier League legend was spotted having a lovely father-daughter moment after he visited her at the Legon Campus of the University of Ghana (UG), where she is currently studying.

Former Ghanaian footballer Charles Taylor shows off his beautiful daughter
Charles Taylor and his daughter Photo credit: @blaq_ink_photography (Instagram) and charlestaylor719/TikTok
Source: TikTok

The young woman, whose name has not yet been identified, looked exactly like the photocopy of her father, as the resemblance was too obvious for anyone to notice whose daughter she was.

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Charles Taylor and his beautiful daughter were captured sitting on a plastic chair enjoying meat and fried yam chips.

As they enjoyed food together, Charles Taylor jokingly described his daughter as a foodie.

“She likes food too much, this is my daughter if you don’t know. This is my daughter, don’t think bad for me. Look at the way she chews the meat, she doesn’t show herself like ewuraba koraa oo.” she said jokingly.

The daughter laughed and said that it’s more like her dad who likes food.

Ghanaians praise him for raising a beautiful daughter

Some Ghanaians who came across the video shared by Charles Taylor on his TikTok page have praised him for raising a beautiful daughter.

Some of the comments are compiled below.

Don Pesewa said:

“In my opinion the best player to ever grace the local scene, in his prime he was the best player in Ghana. Wow, what a player…”

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Ato Big Future also said:

“She has the spitting image of you.”

The surveyor reacted:

“Your daughter is beautiful.”

Akwadaa kotoro also reacted:

“Charles AB Taylor, I like your daughter…smile.”

Has Jesus commented:

“God bless you and your daughter. The legend Charles Taylor.”

Zienzy also commented:

“Paaa serious DNA.”

Ghana Premier League Legend

Charles Taylor is considered by many to be one of the greatest players to ever appear in the Ghana Premier League (GPL), with a career spanning over a decade.

He played for Accra Great Olympics, Accra Hearts of Oak and Kumasi Asante Kotoko before joining Etoile du Sahe in 2004.

Charles Taylor won four GPL titles between 2000 and 2003, three with Accra Hearts of Oak and one with Asante Kotoko. He also won the African Super Cup with Accra Hearts of Oak in 2001.

At the national level, Charles Taylor won the silver medal with the Ghana U-20 team at the 2001 African Youth Championship in Ethiopia.

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He played 41 games for the Black Stars and scored nineteen goals.

Charles Taylor currently serves as a pundit on Accra-based Angel FM after retiring from football many years ago.

Charles Taylor reveals how Hearts of Oak limited his move to Juventus It was previously reported that Charles Taylor revealed how his former club Hearts of Oak limited his move to Italian team Juventus.

Many football fans have wondered why Taylor failed to sign for a European team.

However, the former Black Stars striker, explaining the reason on the Delay Show on Saturday, March 2, 2019, said Hearts of Oak is the reason he couldn’t play in Europe.

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