The Black Queens of Ghana will now have to win their final group match of the ongoing Women African Cup of Nations against Cameroon after losing 1-2 to their Malian counterparts yesterday at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Mali’s coach, Saloum Mohamed Houssein, has warned Ghana to brace themselves up for a tough fight when the two sides clash this afternoon at the Accra Stadium in the second Group A game of the ongoing Total Africa Women’s Cup of Nations (AFCON). Kick-off is at 3:30pm.
Coach Maxwell Konadu has been compelled to revise his Black Stars B squad for Saturday’s international friendly against Namibia following Kumasi Asante Kotoko’s decision to withdraw their players for their upcoming CAF Confederation Cup assignment next weekend.
Despite firmly securing a place in the quarter-finals of the FIFA Under-17 Women’s World Cup, the coach of Ghana’s Black Maidens insists there is no stopping the team now as they head into the final group match and ahead of the knockout stages.
Black Stars striker, Jordan Ayew, marked his return to the team with a brace as Kwasi Appiah’s charges beat Ethiopia 2-0 in Addis Ababa yesterday to enhance their qualification for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) to be staged in Cameroun.
A brilliant strike by substitute Chrestina Thembi Kgatlana five minutes from time handed South Africa a dream start in the tournament as they beat holders Nigeria 1-0 in their Group B opener on Sunday in Cape Coast.