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Black Queens start journey for first AWCON title on Saturday.

Black Queens start journey for first AWCON title on Saturday.
Without precedent for the historical backdrop of Women's Football in Ghana, the nation is facilitating its first Women's Championship (AWCON) where it'll have seven other African Countries including, Algeria, Zambia, South Africa, Cameroon, Nigeria, Equatorial Guinea and Mali for a time of about fourteen days. 

The Senior Women's National group, the Black Queens will start their journey to "host and win" the Continental football occasion on home soil without precedent for the nation's history after a few endeavors demonstrated vain. 

With collaborator mentor Mercy Tagoe in the Queens burrow, she will fill in as a gigantic wellspring of motivation as she's without a doubt a good example to the women having ascended through the positions in her football vocation where she chalked a few victories. 

Head mentor Bashir Hayford and his energizes will set the competition with the opening installation against the Fennecs of Algeria who are hoping to make it to their first since forever FIFA Women's World Cup. 

Before the competition, the Black Queens have been engaged with a progression of Pre-AFCON warm-up recreations both locally and on the global scene. 

They played three International friendlies where they lost away to Zambia 3-2, offering the riches to the Harambee Starlets of Kenya (1-1) in Kasarani and adjusting it off with a thin home win against the Bayana of South Africa in Accra. 

The Black Queens have been as one for quite a while considering a significant number of them got through the young positions to the senior side. 15 of the 21 players welcomed for this competition were in Cameroon for 2016 AWCON. 

The group heads into the competition on the back of the WAFU Zone B competition achievement in Ivory Coast and they look a more grounded unit under mentor Hayford's tutelage considering the group is a mix of remote and privately based players. 

Despite the fact that the group misses the mark in the goalkeeping office and losing two of their best strikers (Sandra Owusu Ansah and Priscilla Hagan) because of wounds. 

The group may look unsteady in one zone or the other, however the gaffer of the side Coach Bashiru Hayford is idealistic about his group's odds and has emphasized this is the best group available to him. 

He trusts the Queens will hitch their steeds together and perform to the charging. 

The positive vibe in front of the competition has been enormous however with the absence of stuff's and the low attention among the Ghanaian football circles, at that point you can make inquiries if without a doubt the Local Organizing Committee (LOC) has done what's necessary in that regard. 

The LOC could have improved the situation as far as publicizing the competition considering a reasonable lump of football sweethearts in Ghana scarcely examine or indicate enthusiasm for ladies football. 

They could have utilized 'big names' who are persuasive to fill in as ministers to help with the attention and showcasing the competition. 

Head Coach Bashiru Hayford is exceptionally hopeful about his group and with the execution, he has seen them placed up as of late, he trusts his side will be a power to be figured with when the competition kick begins at the Accra Sports Stadium. 

Allows all crowd the stadium in our numbers to help the Black Queens this Saturday as they go hard and fast to secure a definitive. 


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