Black Maidens off to Guinea for WWC U-17 qualifier
A squad of 22 players of the Black Queens have been selected for a trip to Conakry, Guinea as the team gear up for the third round of the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup, India 2022 qualifiers.
The team advanced to this stage of the qualifiers with a 4-0 aggregate win over Senegal last Month and hope to replicate another success story in the third round.
The Black Maidens would take on the Guineans on Saturday at the Stade Général Lansana Conté de Nongo Conakry with the reverse fixture scheduled for the Cape Coast Stadium on April 30.
Players invited for the qualifier includes:
Goalkeepers: Deborah Brown – Ampem Darkoa Ladies; Ahamadu Amina – FC Savannah and Najat Salam – Tamale Super ladies.
Defenders: Zuleiha Fuseini – Pearlpia Ladies; Rose Boakyewaa – Dreamz Ladies; Comfort Yeboah – Ampem Darkoa Ladies; Deborah Annoh – LadyStrikers; Takia Zakaria – PearlPia Ladies;Magdalene Awuni – Bolga All Stars; Faiza Seidu – Northern Ladies and Adjeley Kpobi – Kotoku Rush Ladies.
Midfielders:Success Ameyaa – Hasaacas Ladies; Asana Alhassan – PearlPia Ladies; Nancy Amoh – SupremeLadies; Stella Nyamekye – Dreamz Ladies.
Wingers: Georgina Ayisha Aoyem – PearlPia Ladies; Karima Abdulai – FC Savannah; Constance S.Agyemang – Berry Ladies and Rasheeda Shahadu – Pearlpia Ladies.
Attackers: Mary Amponsah – Ampem Darkoa; Mariam Maltiti Iddi – PearlPia Ladies and Dejean Kubura – Tamale Super Ladies. –FA