The coach of Ghana's U-23 women's national team,the Black Princesses has named 20 players for the up coming All Africa Games to be held in Maputo,Mozambique.On the eve of the team emplaning for South Africa for a 6 days training tour,Coach Kuuku Dadzie in a statement expresssed satifaction with the team's preparation and emphasized on the hard work and dedication of his team which he hoped will see them through at games.
FC Indiana's,Elizabeth Cudjoe who was invited from the USA to beef up the midfield options of the team, reiterated the coach's sentiments "our main focus is to make history for ourselves and for our country,we have worked very hard and training has been great,we want to do our very best and hopefully bring the cup to Ghana", she said.
The chairman of the Black Princesses management committee wished the team well and adviced them not to rest on their oars but to strive harding in order to make their nation proud.
The assistant coach of the team, Ben Fokuo,expressed gratitude to the GFA and the people of Ghana for the support accorded them.
Fokuo added, " We are ready to fight for the cup in Maputo and with all things being equal advancing beyond the first stage and winning the ultimate is our goal."
The Black Princesses will battle against the likes of South Africa,Zimbabwe and Tanzania in group B.
Patricia Mantey, Linda Addai, Portia Boakye, Janet Egyri, Rosemary Ampem, Agnes Aduaku, Grace Asare, Elizabeth Addo, Faiza Ibrahim, Priscilla Saahene, Deborah Afriyie, Hillia Mantenn Kobblah, Mercy Myles, Agnes Qyaye, Nana Ama Asantewaa, Cynthia Adobea, Edem Atovor, Margret Otto, Juliet Achempong, Elizabeth Cudjoe.