Ghana has witnessed some setbacks in the past few years with only the Under 20 Mens side clinching the African Under 20 Cup last year. All the other national teams have failed. Perhaps the other consolation for this year was the Black Stars qualification for the World Cup in Qatar later in November.
Moroccan Team Uses 'Underhand' Method To Secure Victory Against Black Maidens To Secure U17WC Ticket
A match between Morocco and Ghana Under 17 Women teams was held to decide World Cup Qualifiers. In the first leg which was played in Ghana, the Black Maidens won 2 goals to nil and the Moroccan coach blamed it on the nature of the pitch. Morocco refused to stream the match against Ghana in Rabat today.
Yesterday night will indeed a very painful moment for the Ghana under 17 women national team, the Black Maidens of Ghana. The Black Maidens will not make it the World Cup because they were knocked out by the Moroccan U17 women national team on penalties. Almost every football person in Ghana got angry at the Moroccan football association for not doing certain things that were to be done earlier even before the match will start.
Some Ghanaians have shown dissatisfaction with the Moroccan Football Federation with the disappointment they distributed to the Black Maidens of Ghana in the subsequent leg experience of the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) U-17 Women's World Cup qualifiers. The Maidens crushed the Moroccans 2-0 in the principal leg experience at the Accra Sports Stadium, after which they made a trip to play the subsequent leg and lost 4-2 on punishments after the game finished in a 2-2 total in guideline time.
Head coach of Ghana’s U-17 female team, Baba Nuhu is happy with the first leg result of their FIFA World Cup qualifier. The Black Maidens beat Morocco 2-0 in Accra on Friday ahead of the return fixture in the next 12 days in Morocco. Baba Nuhu said: “It was a difficult game though but I mentioned somewhere that I believe in my ladies and once they also listened to us, I’m very sure that we will have the victory.
The current news emerging from the area of sports in Ghana has left many people sad and heartbroken. Ghana's under 17 women's team has been faced with a ban and fine for age-cheating. The whole issue came after the Moroccan team launched a complaint that two of the Ghanaian players, Nancy Amoh and Rasheeda Shahadu lied about their birthdates and that they were older than seventeen.
Head coach of Ghana’s U-17 female national team, Baba Nuhu is careful of Morocco when both sides clash in Accra. The game is a final round qualifier for the FIFA U-17 World Cup to be hosted by India in October. The first leg comes up at 3:00pm today with the second leg a fortnight time in Morocco.
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has banned Ghana from contending in U-17 Women's World Cup qualifiers because old age misrepresentation. The CAF choice implies that Ghana's Black Maidens will miss the following two qualifiers. They have additionally been fined 100,000 dollars. CAF's decision is on the bases of Morocco's objection that Nancy Amoh and Rasheeda Shahadu lied about their birthdates and are beyond 17 years old.
The Black Maidens of the Ghana women national team trashed Guinea in an impressive 3-1 win in the 1st leg of the FIFA Women’s U-17 World Cup India 2022, third round qualifier in Conakry just this past Saturday. The Captain, Georgina Aoyem scored the first opener for Ghana after a header from Comfort Yeboah's corner kick which was headed down by Zuleiha Fuseini in the 13th minute.
In the fourth round of the African qualifiers, FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup India 2022 first leg fixture between the Black Maidens and their North African counterpart ended in a two-goal for the home side. The return fixture has been scheduled for the 5th of June, 2022 at Complexe Sportif Prince Moulay Al Hassan, in Rabat.
Seven players of the Ghana U20 and U17 female national teams have tested positive for the coronavirus, . The Black Maidens and Black Princesses were given clearance by President Nana Akufo-Addo to begin their respective CAF and FIFA qualifiers in his 14th address of the nation on measures to combat the spread of the novel pandemic. Close to 70 officials and players of the two national teams were involved in the testing and seven have tested positive for the virus. The unfortunate situation has thrown the camping
Ghana won't partake in the 2022 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup following their loss to Morocco in punishment shootouts. The Black Maidens were wanting to envelop things with Rabat after getting a 2-0 win in the principal leg experience of the tie at the Accra Sports Stadium fourteen days prior.
Ghana’s Female U-17 side, the Black Maidens beat Senegal 1-0 in the first leg encounter of the FIFA Women’s U17 World Cup Qualifiers in ties, Senegal on Saturday. Fabulous Ladies striker Princess Owusu's second-half strike helped Black Maidens claim a 1-0 win against Senegal in ties on Saturday afternoon.
The President of the Republic on his 14th nation update on the performance of the Covid 19 and the response of Ghanaians in their against the virus gave more leverages to our movements. In that address the President Akufo Addo gave the Ghana Football Association the go ahead in the preparation of the women football teams, the Black Maidens and the Black Princesses towards their upcoming continental qualification encounters. The two teams which are made of 61 players and their handlers were invited to camping
Seven players from the Black Princesses (Women’s U20) and the Black Maidens have tested positive for the novel Coronavirus. According to reports in the media, the players tested positive for the disease after a general test was carried out last wee, few weeks after resuming training in Cape Coast. A test was carried out last week on the players and officials of both teams who are preparing for their various national assignments which was in line with FIFA and CAF procedures to return football. Seven players