As Ghana’s women’s national team, the Black Queens, gears up for the first leg of their decisive clash against Namibia in the 2024 Women Africa Cup of Nations (WAFCON) qualifiers, Head Coach Nora Hauptle delivers assurance that all players are fit and prepared for the upcoming match.
In a press briefing on Thursday, Hauptle emphasizes the team’s primary goal of securing a win and downplays the importance of flashy football, stressing the commitment to fight for victory using any means necessary.
With a week of solid training behind them, the team is eager to showcase a strong performance on the pitch.
Coach Hauptle expresses full determination to fulfill their mission in the first leg against Namibia, with the game scheduled for Friday, December 1.
“We have had a good training this week and we have all the players fresh and ready. We are looking forward to putting a good performance on the pitch tomorrow.
“It’s about to win it and bring the result. We are fully determined to fulfill our job in the first leg against Namibia,” Coach Nora Hauptle said. Rewrite