Black Queens move to Cape Coast to continue preparations

Black Queens of Ghana this morning left their base in Kumasi to Cape Coast as part of their Nationwide tour after touring and playing series of friendly games in Ashanti, Brong Ahafo and the Northern Regions.

The Black Queens of Ghana got back to Kumasi last Saturday and are currently on the road to Cape Coast where they are expected to play some series of friendly games.

The team will also pay a visit to Omanhene of Cape Coast traditional council.

Six technical team members headed by Bashir Hayford and 26 members of the playing body are currently in a bus heading to Cape coast.

The Cape coast training tour is expected to last for four days before the Queens returns to the Greater Accra Region to continue their preparations at the Ghanaman Soccer school of excellence.

Ghana will host this year’s Africa Women’s cup of nations from November 17 to December 1.

By Abdul Wadudu Osman

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