Black Queens lament over poor treatment ahead of AWCON

By Mutala Yakubu
Black Queens lament over poor treatment ahead of AWCON
Black Queens lament over poor treatment ahead of AWCON

Ghana's senior female national team the Black Queens are lamenting over the poor treatment been meted out to them ahead of the 2018  Africa Women’s Championships in Ghana .

The Queens are currently camping at the  Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence in Prampram.

33 Black Queens players are currently in camp preparing for the tournament but are complaining of the difficulty they are facing ahead of the finals.

“We have been here getting to a month now and all we eat is Gari, you know we are ladies and we can’t even afford sanitary pad, we don’t even know if the Black Queens is still part of Ghana national teams, we are not happy and Africa Women’s Championships is just around the corner, how do you expect us to perform well, we need help”, they told Mynewsghana.com correspondent.

The 33 players who have been invited include goalkeeper Patricia Mantey of Immigration Ladies,  Rita Okyere of Prisons Ladies and Jane Ayieyam of Police Ladies.

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6 foreign-based players have also been called up. They include Portia Boakye of Djugardens of Sweden, Elizabeth Addo of Reign Fc in the United States, Faustina Ampah of FC Minsk of Belarus and Priscilla Okyere of ZKF Spartak Subotica of Serbia.

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