Ex-Ghana international and now assistant coach of Amidaus Professionals Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo wants to become the first female president of the Ghana Football Association.
She wants to follow in the footsteps of Burundiâ€™s Lydia Nsekera and recently electedÂ Sierra Leone FA president Isha Johansen.
â€œThe next thing on my mind is to become the FA President,â€ the ambitious sportswoman told CampioneSports.net.
â€œAnytime I finish one step, I make sure before I move to the second step, I have already done what will push me to the second step.
â€œSo, when I was a footballer, I planned to become a referee and as soon as I finished the refereeing, I decided to go into coaching.â€
Tagoe-Quarcoo retired as a footballer after featuring at the 2003 FIFA Womenâ€™s World Cup in USA.
She then ventured in refereeing before quitting in May 2012 and has since picked up a CAF License B Coaching Certificate.