Coach Yusif Basigi has stated confidently that Cameroon cannot stand in the way of the Black Princesses as they look forward to qualifying for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup.
Ghana’s Black Princesses are preparing for the last hurdle of the qualifying series as they clash with Cameroon this Saturday towards the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup.
Coach Yusif Basigi’s side will be hoping to seal a win in the return leg and book a place once again in the World Cup. The coach confirmed to our close sources that star player Sandra Owusu Ansah has joined her colleagues in camp ahead of the crucial eliminator.
“Cameroon to stop us ? No way, we are not ready for that but we are more poised and prepared. The girls have psyched themselves to reach the finals because they know what is at stake. But they are not under any pressure to deliver”. Baisgi emphasised.
He continued that ” we are working on our mistakes from the previous match against Cameroon and so far we are on course”.
The national U20 female side drew 1-1 with their Cameroonian counterparts in the first leg tie played in Yaoundé a fortnight ago.
Priscilla Adubea scored for Ghana in the second half after the Young Indomitable Ladies took an early lead in the first leg.
The team has been training in Cape Coast throughout the week and also paired courtesy calls on key personalities in the region.
Meanwhile Nigeria will also battle South Africa for the other CAF slot for the World Cup.
This year’s edition of the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup will be staged in France from August 5-24.
Ghana got to this stage after defeating Kenya 10-1 on aggregate.
The Black Princesses beat the East Africans 5-0 in Cape Coast before completing the double with a 5-1 thumping in Nairobi.