By Ameenu Shardow
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Coach Mas-Ud Dramani says the Ghana U17 women’s team need to improve despite their impressive opening at the 2014 World Cup in Costa Rica.
The Black Maidens posted an impressive 2-0 win over Korea DPR in their opening Group B game on Saturday.
Goals from Jane Ayieyam and Sandra Owusu Ansah saw Ghana shoot to the top of the group with Canada and Germany playing to a 2-2 draw in the other group match.
Coach Dramani who led the side to a historic bronze medal feat in the last edition of the tournament however believes there is more room for improvement despite their impressive opening.
“I kept vigil to watch the game and after I sent them an e-mail of my observations,” he told Metro FM.
“I believe they did very well but I told them to focus and not let this win get into their heads.
“They must live with this consciousness and keep working very hard.
“There is still a lot of work to be done.”
Ghana will be taking on tournament favourites Germany in their next group game on Tuesday.