Indomitable Lionesses: The Truth About Estelle Johnson’s Origins
From the research of the buzz, we read everywhere this morning that the mother of the central defender of national female football team of Cameroon, the Indomitable Lionesses, Estelle Johnoson is a Malian. According to information, Estelle Johnson’s mother is called Djenaba and she is of Cameroonian origin and this has been verified by La Voix des Jeunes.
Born on July 21, 1988 in Maroua in northern Cameroon, Estelle Johnson hails from a family where sport is a passion. The female footballer has also seen her four sisters play volleyball and football. His father, an American, and an agricultural engineer, “traveled around Africa and helped the peasants learn how to improve their crops a little”. As for her mother Djenaba, she is of Cameroonian origin. The parents of the defender both gave sport and its values a very important place in the education of their children.
Raised in the city of Fort Collins in Colorado, in the United States, Estelle will make her debut in amateur football at Rocky Mountain High School where for 4 years, she accumulated numerous individual awards. This will undoubtedly have facilitated her breakthrough into the professional world of football. Currently a player for Sky Blue FC, in the National Women’s Soccer League in the United States, she has worked for no less prestigious clubs such as the Western New York Flash, the Philadelphia Independence of Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS), the Sydney FC of W-League and the Washington Spirit, where she played as a central defender.
Source: La Voix des Jeunes.