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Costa Rica 2022: Black Princesses Management, Technical team meet GFA to plan for World Cup

By Vincent Ashitey
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The Management and Technical team of the Black Princesses held a gathering with the management of the Ghana Football Association on Thursday, April 21, 2022.

The assembly which was chaired by the Vice President, Mark Addo, was to focus on quite a few points together with preparations in direction of the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup slated for Costa Rica.

Others included General Secretary Prosper Harrison Addo (Esq.) and Director of National Teams and Deputy General Secretary Alex Asante. Also current within the assembly have been Chairman of the Management Committee Linford Asamoah Boadu, Head of Ben Fokuo and different Members of the Management Committee.

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The assembly additionally mentioned measures and plans that might assist the team to carry out properly on the world stage.

Management Committee Chairman, Lindford Asamoah Boadu believes early preparations could be immensely helpful to the team.

“We know as on the GFA at this time to convey to their consideration our wants and measures we now have mentioned as administration and technical team to assist the Princesses’’ he mentioned.

‘’So much was mentioned on the assembly and we’re very glad that the GFA is keen to assist us make our marketing campaign a hit. They listened to us and suggested on what wants to be finished”

“We could have a number of conferences going ahead to understand how to assist and strengthen the team to compete on the world stage. We need to break the jinx of not qualifying from the group stage and I imagine this team is able to do that’’ he added.

General Secretary of the Ghana Football Association, Prosper Harrison Addo (Esq.) additionally assured the team of most assist to aid them convey laurels to the nation.

“We will do our half as an Association to assist you to convey glory to the nation. We know there are few issues that want to be finished earlier than the World Cup.

‘’We know they’ll resume marketing campaign quickly to preserve them in form for the event so you may at all times rely on the Association for the utmost assist,” he mentioned.

The Black Princesses will resume tenting on the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence on Monday, May 2, with 40 gamers anticipated in to report to camp.

The FIFA U-20 World Cup is slated for Costa Rica in August 2022.