Ghana U20 female coach submits final squad for FIFA U20 Women's World Cup

Published on: 3 years ago
Ghana U20 female coach submits final squad for FIFA U20 Women's World Cup
Black Princesses

Black Princesses coach Bash Hayford has named his final 21 squad for the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup finals which begins next week in Canada.

Two players- Linda Smith and striker Theresa Ackon-Cobbinah- were excluded from the team currently training in Canada.

The squad includes majority of the players which won bronze at the 2012 FIFA U17 World Cup finals in Azerbaijan.

The Princesses preparations for the start of the tournament have been smooth after with Mississauga Panthers and beating G-S United and Bayhawks U21 side 2-0 and 3-1 respectively.

Ghana open her campaign against hosts Canada on 5 August before facing Finland and North Korea.

Black Princesses squad:

Goalkeepers: Bea Ntiwaa Nketia, Rose Teye Baah , Victoria Agyei

Defenders: Rebecca Asante, Grace Adams, Edem Atovor , Cynthia Boakye-Yiadom, Ellen Coleman , Faustina Ampah , Rita Darko.

Midfielders: Sherifatu Sumaila , Wasila Diwura-Soale , Alice Kusi , Jennifer Cudjoe , Priscilla Okyere , Rasheeda Abdul-Rahman , Fatima Alhassan

Forwards: Veronia Appiah , Alberta Asante , Alice Eva Danso , Christiana Boateng



  • Mark
    says: 3 years ago
    Did the coach drop Nyantakyie the gfa boss?.,because he is a good striker.
  • Emmanuel
    says: 3 years ago
    why not Jane Ayeyiam in the squad?
  • Mr south africa
    says: 3 years ago
    wish the black queens all the best...after all Ghana has been for some time repressing the continent amazingly,take nothing away from Nigeria but their arrogance/pride overlaps their talent. Ghanaian Edwin Gyma. plays with amazing calmness and that's very appealing to us south africans...and all the best to him at Black Aces....
  • Mumbi
    says: 3 years ago
    Why have u left out Sulley Muntari and KPB from the squad? They are all below the age of 20!
  • Kenyan
    says: 3 years ago
    i've got to say these girls they are ugly mossss....
  • papa nkrumah
    says: 3 years ago
    If Jane Ayieyam is not injured there is no justification for not selecting her. She has power, speed and skill and most importantly the hunger to succeed -- a trait our senior team lacks. Pls reconsider. It's not her fault that she is so young
  • anokwale
    says: 3 years ago
    If these ladies have worked on their strength training since two years ago, they might make a great mark in this tournament. Last time, they were good but lacked power in their shots.
    says: 3 years ago
    gud luck