Adwoa Bayor
Adwoa Bayor

Former Black Queens?captain Grace adwoa?Bayor is on her knees?pleading with the technical?handlers of the senior?national female soccer side?to keep the team intact.

Adwoa Bayor
Adwoa Bayor

The Queens failed to go?past the Group stage of the?ongoing African Women?s?Championship in Namibia?and there are indications the?team will be disbanded.

But the Ghana Immigration?Service player cautioned?that dissolving the?team would not be the best?of decisions, because adopting?the same strategy had?yielded no fruitful results in?the past.

The former African?female player of the year,?who believed she still had?the skills that made her the?toast of Ghana fans some?few seasons ago, said the?team suffered the same fate?a few years back, and a move to dissolve the team
had a telling effect on it.

?The technical handlers?shouldn?t dissolve the team. ?They should maintain them. ?We faced a similar situation?during our time, they dissolved?it and it didn?t help,??she said on Happy FM.

According to the midfield?ace, who had stints?with German sides, she was?the best thing to happen to?women?s football in Ghana?after former Queens skipper
Alberta Sackey.

Ghana bowed out of the?African Women?s Championship?after recording a 1-0?win over their Cameroonian?counterparts, but that was?not enough to save them?after losing their first game?0-1 to Algeria and drawing?1-1 with South Africa.

Meanwhile, the players?have expressed their willingness?to appear before the
2014 World Cup Commission?of Inquiry to present?their side of what happened?in Namibia.

It emerged that the?team?s delayed allowances?accounted for their early?exit.

By Kofi Owusu Aduonum


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