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Postby Ekow » Thu Oct 13, 2011 2:33 pm

Ghana chase Fifa U-20 Women's World Cup place

Date: 13-Oct-2011












Ghana skips the preliminary round of qualifying for the 2012 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Uzbekistan.

The Black Princesses, silver medalist at the All African Games would join the African qualifying campaign in the first round when they host Namibia in the first leg on February 19, 2012.

Ghana travels to Windhoek for the reverse game on the weekend on 2-4 March, 2012 as the Black Princesses aim to make their second finals after their debut in Germany 2010.

The continent needs to field two teams for the World Cup later in Uzbekistan from 18 August - 09 September.





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Postby Ekow » Thu Feb 16, 2012 4:08 pm

Sackey seeks fine Princesses' start

Date: 16-Feb-2012












Ghana coach Robert Sackey wants the Black Princesses to show signs of their readiness to earn a place at the 2012 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup.

The Black Princesses, having skipped the preliminary round of qualifying welcome Namibia in the first leg of the first round for a place at the finals in Uzbekistan.

Sackey says the U-20 side after three months in camp have done “all it needs to do” to get a good result when they meet their opponents at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday.

“We have been preparing very well for this match and I believe we have done what we have to do to win this match,” Sackey told www.ghanafa.org in an interview.

“The players are fit and well motivated to start this campaign and we will put the finishing touches on our preparations before this weekend.”

For the Black Princesses coach, every match in a qualifying campaign is of great importance, stressing the need to take each game seriously.

“It’s (the match) a very, very important match for us. It’s a World Cup qualifier and it’s also our first home game so we are taking it very seriously.

“In World Cup qualifiers, every game counts.”

Ghana travels to Windhoek for the reverse game on the weekend on 2-4 March, 2012 as the Black Princesses aim to make their second finals after their debut in Germany 2010.

The continent needs to field two teams for the World Cup from 18 August - 09 September.








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Postby Ekow » Thu Feb 16, 2012 4:15 pm

Ghana U20 Ladies Boosted By Sextet For World Cup Qualifier



Ghana Under-20 female team coach Robert Sackey has drafted six senior team players into the side ahead of their World Cup qualifier against Namibia on Saturday.

Black Queens captain Mercy Myers leads a pack of stars that have been included into the squad as the coach looks ahead to get a good scoreline in the first leg at the Accra stadium.

Also included are US-based striker Florence Dadson, Nana Ama Asantewaa, Edem Atovor, Janet Adjiri and Elizabeth Addo.

The Black Princesses beat Police Ladies 5-0 in a routine friendly on Wednesday to step preparations for match.
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Postby Ekow » Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:34 pm

Namibia Women U/20 prepares for Ghana


The women under-20 side training camp starts in earnest on Thursday as the Young Gladiators prepare for the FIFA World Cup qualifier first leg match at Ghana on February 18.

A squad of 25 players was announced this week in Namibia and includes seven under-17 players, as their girls vie for the final 18 players on the flight to Accra for the February 18 match. According to the NFA coach for women football Jacqueline Shipanga, the idea of including the under-17 players, who played during their u17 lost in South Africa on Saturday, stemmed from the Namibian footbal association NFA 2014 Strategic Plan which is aimed at broadening the pool of players for national team selection through talent identification and nurturing under the guidance of acute coaches as well. The new players into the team include the likes of Lena Noreses, Lorraine Jossob, and Albertha "Chicken" Dawes, who are deadly on a good day.

The training camp are already conducted by identified coaches who hold Coaching A-licenses from the Deuche Futball Band (DFB) and also NFA accredited qualification, accoeding to reliable source. These coaches are Joseph Swartz, Blacky Tjingaete and goalkeeper coach Herman January, the latter having played recently played for the SKW and Orlando Pirates in South Africa . Shipanga explains that these coaches have demonstrated the level of commitment towards the women’s desk through various projects during the past few years such as availing themselves to coach various local teams in the Women Super League. She adds that the most important aspect for consideration was that some of them (coaches) are also in the teaching profession and thus making it easier for them to work with girls and youth. Ghana should be very careful and put in all necessary srategies to tame this youthfull Namibians

Here is their women under 20 squad:

Agnes Kauzuu, Hertha Shimuketa, Janeth Shidolo, Jessica De Oliveira, Lovisa Mulunga, Eddelissingh Naris, Lena Noreses, Lorraine Jossob, Vitapamwe Kamahene, Veweziwa Kotjipati, Albertha Dawes, Thandi Malo, Annouscka Kordom, Anuschka Meyer, Mellisa Matheus, Tuliki Mundjele, Carmel Don, Tomalina Adams, Mavulu Selma, Vistorine Shaangula, Depney Naobes, Juliana Blou, Jane Toivo, Monique Khrone and Samantha Hendricks.
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Postby Ekow » Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:34 pm

Soccer News of Wednesday, 15 February 2012
Source: FRANK OWUSU OBIMPEH.


Namibia Young Gladiators to visit Ghana

The Namibian national women under-20 team will have big challenge as they take on African women soccer powerhouse Ghana in Accra on Saturday. The two sides meet for the first leg of their FIFA Women U/20 World cup qualifier match with the return leg scheduled for Windhoek on March 4.

According to reliable source the namibian team is relatively young with six players from the U/17 team featuring in the squad for exposure, according to Head coach of the namibian National women soccer Jacqueline Shipanga. Africa has got two slots for the 2012 World Cup in Japan who have now got the right to hos the tournament from 19 August- 09 September.
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Postby dr.luv » Thu Feb 16, 2012 10:11 pm

Good job seebreze!
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Postby Ekow » Thu Feb 16, 2012 10:12 pm

dr.luv wrote:Good job seebreze!


Seabreeze is not the Coach ooo
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Postby dr.luv » Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:10 am

Ekow wrote:
dr.luv wrote:Good job seebreze!


Seabreeze is not the Coach ooo


Bob sackey?
BTW how abt eshun n suleman? I think they're in Ghana now or on their way there. Any update?
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Postby Ekow » Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:56 pm

Fadouma named as referee for Ghana v Namibia

Date: 17-Feb-2012












Senegal's Dia Fadouma has been appointed the centre referee for the Ghana vs Namibia qualifying for the 2012 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup.

Both sides meet in the first leg of the first round at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday at 3:00pm local time [15:00GMT] for a place at the finals in Uzbekistan.

Fadouma will be assisted by fellow nationals Die Alse Sylla and Cisse Adia Issue for the match at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday at 3:00pm local time [15:00GMT].

Mbaye S. Bintou also from Senegal is the fourth official.


Sunday, February 19


Match: Ghana vs. Namibia

Venue: Accra Sports Stadium

Referee: Dia Fadouma

Assistant 1: Die Alse Sylla

Assistant 2: Cisse Adia Issue

4th Official: Mbaye S. Bintou








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Postby Ekow » Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:57 pm

dr.luv wrote:
Ekow wrote:
dr.luv wrote:Good job seebreze!


Seabreeze is not the Coach ooo


Bob sackey?
BTW how abt eshun n suleman? I think they're in Ghana now or on their way there. Any update?



Thought School is still in session.
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Postby dr.luv » Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:51 pm

Ekow wrote:
dr.luv wrote:
Ekow wrote:
dr.luv wrote:Good job seebreze!


Seabreeze is not the Coach ooo


Bob sackey?
BTW how abt eshun n suleman? I think they're in Ghana now or on their way there. Any update?



Thought School is still in session.


School in session but they called maa longie, or?
Did they take semester/quarter off?
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Postby Ekow » Mon Feb 20, 2012 11:39 pm

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Postby papanii » Tue Feb 21, 2012 1:51 pm

Ekow wrote:Seven-star Princesses rout Namibia

http://www.ghanafa.org/blackprincesses/201202/6720.php


Bob Sackey doing his thing....who says US trained coaches are not good?

Wait till Seabreezw himself finally treks down to Ghana and lands a job with one of the NTs.
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Postby Ekow » Tue Feb 21, 2012 3:53 pm

papanii wrote:
Ekow wrote:Seven-star Princesses rout Namibia

http://www.ghanafa.org/blackprincesses/201202/6720.php


Bob Sackey doing his thing....who says US trained coaches are not good?

Wait till Seabreezw himself finally treks down to Ghana and lands a job with one of the NTs.


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Postby Lion_O_Judah » Tue Feb 21, 2012 4:00 pm

Ok! I'm a lil confused here, How many Womens U20 stints has Maa Longie had now?

Shouldn't she be full blooded Queen by now? :?
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Postby Ekow » Tue Feb 21, 2012 4:02 pm

Lion_O_Judah wrote:Ok! I'm a lil confused here, How many Womens U20 stints has Maa Longie had now?

Shouldn't she be full blooded Queen by now? :?


Age-wise she is still eligible for Princesses(U-20) but can play for Queens.
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Postby dr.luv » Tue Feb 21, 2012 4:08 pm

Lion_O_Judah wrote:Ok! I'm a lil confused here, How many Womens U20 stints has Maa Longie had now?

Shouldn't she be full blooded Queen by now? :?


She's still a kid.
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Postby Ekow » Tue Feb 21, 2012 4:09 pm

dr.luv wrote:
Lion_O_Judah wrote:Ok! I'm a lil confused here, How many Womens U20 stints has Maa Longie had now?

Shouldn't she be full blooded Queen by now? :?


She's still a kid.


:) :) :) :)
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Postby Lion_O_Judah » Tue Feb 21, 2012 4:12 pm

Ekow wrote:
dr.luv wrote:
Lion_O_Judah wrote:Ok! I'm a lil confused here, How many Womens U20 stints has Maa Longie had now?

Shouldn't she be full blooded Queen by now? :?


She's still a kid.


:) :) :) :)


Yes! Ekow she's a kid, stay away oldman. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Postby Ekow » Tue Feb 21, 2012 4:12 pm

Lion_O_Judah wrote:
Ekow wrote:
dr.luv wrote:
Lion_O_Judah wrote:Ok! I'm a lil confused here, How many Womens U20 stints has Maa Longie had now?

Shouldn't she be full blooded Queen by now? :?


She's still a kid.


:) :) :) :)


Yes! Ekow she's a kid, stay away oldman. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


:lol: :lol: :lol:
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