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Kamaldeen Sulemana is a graduate of Right to Dream and a Ghanaian professional footballer.

The winger currently plays for Danish Superliga side Nordsjælland and the Ghana national team.

Born in Techiman, Bono East in Ghana, Kamaldeen graduated from the Right to Dream Academy in 2019 to join his first professional team, FC Nordjaelland in January 2020, and received his first call-up for the Ghana national team on September 25, 2020 ahead of the game against Mali.

Kamaldeen Sulemana

‘Dams’ comes from a small Danish town called Jyllinge. He was always a little quiet but confident in his abilities on the pitch. 

As a very smart and quick thinker, he could outperform anyone at his age, even though he has never been the biggest player in the squad. 

He joined FCN as a 13 year-old-kid and after a couple of tough years in the academy, he broke into the Superliga team in 2018 at the age of 17. He was part of the first generation of players participating in the international academy, along the likes of Mohammed Kudus. 

After three years in the Superliga, he crowned his final season with 11 goals, five assists, a spot on the Team of the Year and the Young Player of the Year title.

Today ‘Dams’ is in Italy pursuing his dream at UC Sampdoria, where he has already made his mark with goals and assists in Serie A. His performances also led to his debut on the Danish national team where he also contributed with an assist.

Mikkel Damsgaard

Adelaide Armah is a Right to Dream graduate who is currently studying at Bates College after completing Millbrook School in New York State, on a student-athlete scholarship.
Adelaide was part of the initial intake of eight female students who joined the Academy when the Right to Dream Girls’ Programme was established in May 2013. She and fellow Millbrook student Suwaibatu Mohammed, were the first to graduate from the girls' programme.
Alongside the development of her footballing talent and gaining a place at University, Adelaide is focused on ensuring that she provides an example for other Right to Dream female students to follow. 
After school, she hopes to study law and pursue a legal career.In July 2017, Adelaide was part of the successful Right to Dream girls team that lifted the Cup No. 1 trophy in Frederikshavn, Denmark. An incredible achievement in the girls' first ever European tournament appearance.

Adelaide Armah

‘Andy’ came to the club as a 12-year-old kid, but already as an U15 player, he stopped playing football as he was deprived of what he loved most due to a teasing injury at the age of 14.

However, he returned to the field after a successful operation, began to score goals and was also selected to various youth national teams in a talented year 1999.

As a 17-year-old, he made his Superliga debut, but he did not need much more than a single season in the league before becoming a big profile. His deadly left foot made life difficult for many teams, which resulted in 22 season goals, a selection as the male talent of the year in Denmark and a nomination for the much-admired Golden Boy award.

Today, ‘Andy’ is playing at Bologna in Serie A, where has only added to his game. He has scored goals for fun for the Danish U21 national team, which was followed by a selection for the senior national team this autumn. In his debut against the Faroe Islands, he scored a goal, made a beautiful assist, and forced a penalty kick.

Andreas Skov Olsen

Kühl started playing football as a 5-year-old in Hillerød FC. After nine years in her childhood club, she moved to FC Nordsjælland in 2018. She started on the club's U18 team, but quickly became a regular part of the senior team in Kvindeligaen.

Kathrine is also an integral part of the Danish youth national teams. She made two appearances with the U16 national team, 14 with the U17 national team, and three with the U19 national team, despite being just 17 years old.

When FC Nordsjælland won the cup tournament in July 2020, Kuhl was named Cup Fighter of the Year. An impressive achievement just a month after her 17th birthday.

The strong performances have led to Kühl extending her contract with the club at the end of 2020.

Kathrine Møller Kühl

Mohammed Kudus is a Right to Dream graduate and a Ghanaian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Ajax in the Dutch Eredivisie. 

He joined the academy at the age of 12 and moved to F.C Nordsjælland at the age of 18 to join with two teammates; Ibrahim Sadiq and Gideon Mensah. Kudus made his official debut for Nordsjælland only three days after his 18th birthday to become the ninth youngest player to start a game with the club. He played from the first minute as a striker, but was replaced in half-time in a game that ended with a 2–0 defeat against Brøndby IF. 

On July 16, 2020, Kudus joined Eredivisie club Ajax for €9 million on a five-year contract. He made his official debut for the club on September 20, in a league match against RKC Waalwijk. Head coach Erik ten Hag subsequently called Kudus as a player with "incredible potential". He continued his strong performances, scoring one goal and providing three assists in his first three appearances.His debut in the UEFA Champions League for the home match against Liverpool on October 21, however, was disastrous. Kudus was subbed out after only six minutes, as he suffered a meniscus injury, keeping him out for several months.

Mohammed Kudus

At the age of 11, Mathias Jensen began to train at FC Nordsjælland, while still playing for his childhood club in Kalundborg. As an U15 player, Jensen joined FCN on a regular basis.

Physically, Jensen was not as developed as his teammates, which was why he struggled a bit in the beginning. Things turned around in his second year as an U17 player and he ended his time in the academy as the captain of the U19 team.

Four years after his arrival, Jensen made his debut on the senior squad at the age of 19. And just after he turned 22, he was promoted as captain of the senior squad. In his last season, the midfielder scored 12 goals, contributed with seven assists, won the club's Player of the Year Award, and was named Talent of the Year at the Danish Football Awards.

Mathias’ eternal hard work and dedication took him to Celta Vigo in La Liga, but now he is frolicking at Brentford’s midfield in the English Championship. His performances in England have earned him a spot on the Danish national team. So far, he has four appearances, but hopefully there are many more to come.

Mathias Jensen

Abdul Majeed Waris is a second generation Right to Dream graduate and a professional footballer who plays as a striker for Strasbourg and the Ghanaian national team.

Born in Tamale in Northern Ghana, Majeed Waris started his career at Right to Dream Academy aged twelve. He was awarded an elite sports scholarship to study at Hartpury College in the UK, before signing a professional contract with BK Hacken in Sweden in 2010. After being named the Allsvenskan’s Player of the Year in 2012, Waris left for a stint at Lokomotiv Moscow that included a loan spell at Valenciennes in France's Ligue 1. He later moved to Trabzonspor in Turkey before completing a high-profile move back to Ligue 1 with Lorient, signing a four year contract. 

Waris has achieved significant milestones for Right to Dream; becoming the first graduate to score for the Black Stars and the first to feature at a FIFA World Cup. He represented Ghana at the 2014 tournament in Brazil, where he played against Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal at the Estadio Nacional in Brasilia.

Abdul Majeed Waris

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