The Black Princesses have advanced to the third stage of the African U-20 Women’s World Cup qualification following Mauritania’s withdrawal from the qualifiers.
Ghana’s U-20 Women’s team was scheduled to take on Mauritania in the second stage qualification match on September 25 with the return leg set for October 9.
CAF has, however, informed that it has received a correspondence from the Mauritanian FA announcing their decision to withdraw from the FIFA WWC 2022 qualification stage.
“We regret to inform you that we have just received from Mauritania FA a correspondence informing us of their withdrawal from FIFA U-20 WWC 2022 qualifiers.
“Consequently, matches 23& 24 are cancelled as well as the missions of all designated officials.
“On the other hand, kindly note that Ghana is automatically qualified of the next round of the competition”, CAF stated in a letter sent to the GFA on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Karela United forward and Ghana Premier League top scorer Diawisie Taylor is close to sealing a move to Tunisian giants Espérance Sportive de Tunis.
According to a GHANAsoccernet.com report, the highly-rated player will arrive in Tunis todayto undergo his medicals.
Taylor will sign a four-year contract with the Gold and Blood club after passing his medical.
The 21-year-old was the top scorer in the Ghanaian top-flight for 2020/2021 campaign having scored 18 goals in 31 appearances for Karela.