Ghana Black Maidens held their first training meeting on Thursday, April 14, at the 28th September arena in Conakry, in front of their U-17 Women’s World Cup third round qualifying match against Guinea.
Baba Nuhu threw a tantrum crew to prepare with, without any wounds to stress over.
Ghana’s first preparation since showing up in Conakry on Wednesday, April 13, endured a little more than 60 minutes.
The group will prepare on Friday, April 15, at 16:00GMT at the Stade Général Lansana Conté de Nongo Conakry prior to confronting Guinea on Saturday, April 16.
They were visited by Ghana’s Ambassador to Guinea, Her Excellency Jane Aheto.
Her Excellency authoritatively invited Black Maidens to Guinea and wished progress in Saturday’s experience.
“You are welcome to Guinea Conakry, this spot is very much like being in Accra and I realize you can change effectively” she said.
”I realize the game is on Saturday and I simply need to urge you to place in all that you have in light of the fact that Ghana in Guinea is enormous.
”We deserve admiration all over and they treat us well yet on Saturday we need to show them we are on top”
”I want you to enjoy all that life has to offer and on Saturday I will be in the stands to watch, ask and root for you” she added.
Black Maidens will confront Guinea on Saturday, April 16, at the Stade Général Lansana Conté de Nongo Conakry, with the rematch planned for Saturday, April 30 at the Cape Coast arena.
The victor of the tie will meet all requirements for the last passing round.