The Ghana Football Association (GFA) have appointed Mercy Quarcoo Tagoe as the next Black Queens deputy coach.
The Former Black Queens player and FIFA referee Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo was appointed as the head coach for division one side Amidaus Professionals in July 2016.
Mercy Tagoe who was an assistant to Baba Ali at the Club has now taken up the head Coach position at the lower division side.
Tagoe thus becomes the first female Coach to handle a male team in the country.
The CAF license A certificate holder will be hoping to help the Tema-based Club who are currently 13th in Zone 3 of the Division one League.
The charismatic lady who doubles as a fire officer represented Ghana at the 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup in USA.
She also officiated at the 2007 FIFA Women’s World Cup in China.
The appointment of the former Black Queens player was confirmed on Wednesday during the launching of the second edition of the Sanford Women’s FA Cup competition.
She will assist Yusif Basigi who has been with the team for almost four years.