Black Queens Touch Down In Nagasaki Ahead Of Japan Showdown

The Black Queens of Ghana have touched down in the city of Nagasaki ahead of Sunday’s match against Japan.

The Queens will be using this friendly as a preparatory match ahead of the 2018 Africa Women Championship that will be held in Ghana.

Stop gab coach for the Queens, Mercy Tagoe named 18 players to face Japan in their international friendly on April 1 in Tokyo.

The coach has kept faith with the team that won the WAFU Zone B tournament in Abidjan last month, hoping for them to again put up a good show against the Asian giants.

The only change in the team has seen Ampem Darkoa captain and Black Princesses’ defender, Justice Tweneboah, has replaced Faustina Ampah who has returned to her club after the WAFU duties.

Below are the players…
1. Patricia Mantey
2. Nana Ama Asantewaa
3. Janet Egyir
4. Rita Okyere
5. Philicity Asuako
6. Gladys Amfobea
7. Nancy Coleman
8. Justice Tweneboaa
9. Juliet Acheampong
10. Priscilla Okyere
11. Portia Boakye
12. Leticia Zikpi
13. Grace Asantewaa
14. Alice Kusi
15. Jane Ayieyam
16. Ernestina Tetteh
17. Mavis Owusu
18. Grace Asare

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