Sports Information of Saturday, 18 May well 2019
The Black Queens are decided to beat Mali on Saturday afternoon at the Stade Robert Champroux to get bronze at the WAFU Zone B Cup of Nations in Ivory Coastline.
The final year winners unsuccessful to defend the title right after suffering semi-remaining penalty shootout defeat to Nigeria’s Tremendous Falcons.
Head coach Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo would like her women to go all out against the Malians who conquer them 1- past 12 months to eliminate Ghana from the 2018 Africa Women’s Cup of Nations on dwelling soil.
“I have genuinely spoken to the ladies and they have gotten more than what occurred yesterday. I have informed them that we are left with one particular hurdle that we require to cross at the very least get a medal,” Tagoe-Quarcoo after Friday’s recovery instruction.
“All that I want to convey to Ghanaians is that, it is fairly unlucky that our neighbors, Nigerians, had been capable to take the closing slot from us by beating us in the course of the penalty kicks.
“But I want to stimulate every Ghanaian that all is not lost. After all, the maiden edition we were being the champions and it has now long gone down into the history guides.”
She continued: ”We are likely to fight for the 3rd location so they should all proceed to assist us in prayers and consider in the ladies.
“They need to believe in their own, the Black Queens, who are representing Ghana and we are promising them that by hook or crook we will die for mom Ghana tomorrow to provide a medal dwelling.
“I am not fearful of our opponents Mali. Indeed they defeat us in the AFCON so we are right here to just take revenge and imagine me that my women are incredibly established.
”We are heading into this match with no setback. We are likely all out to make positive that we take the bronze medal.”
Black Queens starting XI to encounter Mali:
Fafali Dumahesi-Gladys Amfobea, Ellen Coleman, Rita Okyere, Janet Egyir, Juliet Acheampong, Mavis Owusu, Alice Kusi, Mukarama Abdulai, Grace Asantewaa, Grace Animah
Subs: Justice Tweneboaa, Diana Weige, Anastasia Achiaa, Evelyn Badu, Linda Addai, Jane Ayieyam, Azume Adams