Ben Forkuo, the Head Coach of the Black Princesses has named his final 23 players to face Zambia’s Young Copper Queens in the first leg of the 2022 Federation of International Football Association U-20 Women’s World Cup qualifiers.
The 23 players including 21 local-based players, and two foreign-based left the shores of Ghana on Tuesday, November 30 for the match.
The list also includes five Hasaacas ladies players who excelled at the CAF Women’s Champions league where Evelyn Badu emerged as the top goal scorer and woman of the tournament.
Mukarama Abdulai of Deportivo Alaves and Elizabeth Opong are the two foreign-based players called by Coach Forkua.
The two sides would face each other in two legs, with the first on Saturday, December 4 and the return encounter in a fortnight.
Coach Forkua would be looking forward to secure a win against the Zambian side in order to keep his hopes high in the 2022 U-20 World Cup qualifiers.
Cynthia Konlan- Pearl Pia Ladies, Grace Banwa- Hasaacas Ladies, Farahana Ziblim-Bagabaga Ladies.
Tedina Sekyere- Dreamz Ladies, Louisa Aniwaa- Police Ladies, Suzane Ama Duah- Berry Ladies, Ayisha Yakubu- Pearl Pia Ladies, Abena Anoma Opoku- Ampem D. Ladies, Anasthesia Achiaa-Ampem D. Ladies, Zuleiha Fuseini- Pearl Pia Ladies.
Evelyn Badu- Hasaacas Ladies, Azuma Bugre-Hasaacas Ladies, Monica Addai- Berry Ladies, Elizabeth Opong-Lefkhothea
Maafia Nyame- Rock Ladies, Grace Anima- Police Ladies, Jafaru Rahama-Hasaacas Ladies, Doris Doaduwaa- Hasaacas Ladies, Suzzy Dede Teye- Lady Strikers, Constance S. Agyemang- Berry Ladies
Mukarama Abdulai- Deportivo Alaves, Ophelia S. Amponsah- Ampem D. Ladies, Salamatu Abdulai- Bagabaga Ladies.