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Ghana’s Ambassador to Liberia cautions Black Maidens against complacency

By Vincent Ashitey
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Ghana’s Ambassador to Liberia, His Excellency Asare Asiedu has cautioned the Black Maidens against complacency ahead of Sunday's U17 Women World Cup qualifier.

He made this known when he visited the Black Maidens to motivate team ahead of their clash against their Liberian counterpart after the team touched down in Monrovia.

According to the ambassador, he has the Black Maidens at heart and when news of the team’s arrival got to his outfit, he had to make time to visit on his way to a very important assignment.

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He welcomed and assured the team of total support whiles admonishing them not to be complacent on Sunday.

“I want to welcome all of you handlers and the team and to urge you that you have the ‘Black Star’ at stake to carry on your shoulders and am urging you all not to be complacent.

“Play with all the seriousness because you have made a lot of sacrifices to get here. Play as much as you can, beat the team sufficiently well so that every Ghanaian will be proud of your achievements.”

“Our people back home will be proud of you and we are confident that you will do it easily and deliver the goals for us”.

On behave of the team, captain Basira Alhassan was grateful to His Excellency Asare Asiedu for making time out of his busy schedules to visit and assured him that the team will deliver on Sunday.