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Ghana FA re-appoint Mercy Tagoe as Black Queens coach

Published on: 14 January 2020
Ghana FA re-appoint Mercy Tagoe as Black Queens coach
Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo

Mercy Quarcoo-Tagoe has been renamed as coach of Ghana's senior women national team, Black Queens.

Tagoe was appointed by the Normalisation Committee as the Head coach of Black Queens in April last year.

However, she was relieved of her position as the team's gaffer a fortnight ago.

This came after the Ghana Football Association (GFA) dissolved all the technical team of the various National teams.

The 45-year-old trainer has been re-named the team's head coach on Tuesday, and will be assisted by Charles Anokye Frimpong with Nana Sinasen as the Physical trainer.

Other members of the technical team are Raymond Fenny - Goalkeepers trainer, Dr. Caryn Agyeman Prempeh –  Team Doctor, Margaret Foli – Physiotherapist, Anita Wiredu Minta – Welfare manager, Patience Nana A.  Quarshie and Kusi Thomas – Equipment Managers.

Meanwhile, Madam Habiba Attah will chair the Black Queens Management Committee with Mr. Kingsley Osei Bonsu as her vice chairman.

Other members of the Committee are Naa Odofoley Nortey, Nana Fosu Gyeabour and Ama Brobbey Williams.

Below is the full list of technical team members and Management Committee members for the Black Queens:


Mercy Efua Tagoe-Quarcoo               -          Head Coach

Charles Anokye Frimpong                  -          Assistant Coach

Nana Sinasen                                      -          Assistant (Physical Trainer)

Raymond Fenny                                  -          Goalkeepers Coach

Dr. Caryn Agyeman Prempeh            -          Team Doctor

Margaret Foli                                      -          Physiotherapist

Anita Wiredu Minta                           -          Welfare Manager

Patience Nana A. Quarshie                -          Equipment Manager

Kusi Thomas                                       -          Equipment Manager

Tagoe led the Queens to the final of the WAFU Championship and lost to Nigeria in the finals.

She also failed to qualify the Queens to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics after been knocked out by Kenya

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