The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has introduced the CAF Women's Champions League competition to develop women's football in Africa which will feature top teams from the whole continent.
Zonal qualifiers will be played as eliminatory rounds to determine the teams that will participate in the competition in Egypt later this year.
Hasaacus Ladies from Sekondi have qualified for the CAF Woman's Champions league. They have called for support ahead of their qualifiers at Abidjan.
The CEO of Loud Silence Media, Kevin Ekow Baido Taylor, has called on the Ghana Football Association (GFA) and the GFA president, Kurt Okraku, to support Hasaacus Ladies to be able to participate in the CAF Woman's Champions league.
Kevin Taylor made this appeal to the GFA and the GFA president on his 'With All Due respect' program yesterday, 9th July 2021, when reacted to Hasaacus Ladies call for support to be able to participate in the CAF Woman's Champions league.
According to Kevin Taylor, the GFA should try and organize some money and help the Ladies because they are going to defend the flag of Ghana.
"Kurt Okraku, I'm talking to you. This is your job, so look at it. Wherever you can get a sponsorship for these ladies, please get it for them it's very important."
Ha begged people to come to the aid of Hasaacus Ladies because qualifying for the Champions League is not easy, and the majority of the ladies can get to places on that platform.
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