What motivates me most of all is the chance to be a role model to my African brothers and sisters. It is something that unites all Right to Dream graduates.

Yaw Yeboah graduated from Right to Dream Academy in 2015 having secured a professional contract with English Premier League giants, Manchester City FC. 

Yaw was initially loaned out to French Ligue 1 side Lille before a season-long loan at Dutch Eridivisie side FC Twente. At Twente, Yaw made 27 appearances in all competitions and was an integral part of the first team, helping them finish the season in 7th position. 

Hailing from the Western-Region of Ghana, Yaw joined Right to Dream in 2008. Over several years at the academy, he developed into a strong, attacking midfielder – earning call-ups to the Ghana U17 and U20 teams.

Following a string of outstanding performances, he won the Most Valuable Player of the 2015 Africa Youth Championship and subsequently helped Ghana reach the quarter-finals of the FIFA U20 World Cup in New Zealand.

In June 2011, Yaw earned his first call up to the senior Ghana national team, being named in the squad for an African Cup of Nations Qualifier against Ethiopia.