Head coach of the Black Queens Mercy Tagoe-Quacroo has denied claims that some of the female national team players are pregnant as a result of the halt in football due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Tagoe’s comments comes after reports went rife in the local media alleging that several players in the national team were taking seed because of lack of football in the country forcing sporting activities in the country have been suspended since March due to the outbreak of COVID-19 in the country.
As a result, the women’s league and FA Cup competitions are currently on a halt.
The National Women’s League was about to enter the second round of matches when government placed a ban on football activities.
Asked on Happy FM about the condition of her player during the break, Mercy-Tagoe answered.
“They are matured enough and know better”
“No pregnancy has been recorded so far, the players are matured enough and some have gone through the ranks of the national teams and they know better. Some are married and if it happens that’s fair.”
Meanwhile the GFA will take a decision on the future of the 2019/20 season on June 30.