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TV3 Journalist Brings Joy To Ghanaians ; Smiles As There Is Still A Bright Future For The Country

There is a popular adage, it is not over until it is over. A popular football team in Ghana, Hearts of Oak, also has a saying that, never say die until the bones are rotten. In other words, there is light at the end of the tunnel.

Readers can recall how most Ghanaians lost hope when the Japanese junior national team scored the Black Princesses two goals to nil. Many sports analysts felt the dream to proceed to the next round has been shattered by the abysmal performance of the Ghanaian team.

The Japanese team had won all their teams and had a hundred per cent clean sheet.

Some football analysts have blamed the poor performance of the Ghanaian team on the fact that there are no standard pitches or required resources for training.

It has also been revealed that the Black Princesses would have done far better if they had adequate facilities at their disposal.

Well, all hopes are not lost yet. On Monday, 15th August 2022, the top journalist Juliet Bawuah beamed with smiles as she gave some good news to Ghanaians. It is believed that her news would put the right smiles and laughter on the faces of Ghanaians at home and abroad.

The sports presenter, Juliet Bawuah broke the news that the Black Princesses stand a greater chance of qualifying for the next round If they win by a difference of six goals. Can the Black Princesses achieve this feat? Can the beautiful ladies stand this test?

The news that the Black Princesses can qualify should bring some smiles to the citizens. Won't it? Would Juliet Bawuah's information stand the test of time?

Would the Black Princesses be able to train harder to score six goals? Why could they not win against the Japanese to create a better chance?

Should the news of qualifying put some energy in the young ladies?

What are your thoughts on the ongoing discussion?

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