By Ameenu Shardow
The chairman of Ghana’s senior womens team, Alhaji Adam Munkaila is satisfied with the team’s preparations ahead of their Nations Cup qualifier against Cameroon on Sunday.
The Queens need to secure at least a scoring draw to have any chance of making it to the African Womens Championship following their 1-1 home draw with the Indomitable Lionesses three weeks ago.
The team is thus being given the best of preparations for the second leg in Yaoundé in order to progress at the expense of the Lionesses
And Munkaila who believes the team looks well shaped for the Cameroon battle.
“The training has gone on very well, everyone is responding positively,” he told Accra-based Radio XYZ.
“I can say yes, they are in good shape. Barring anything I believe they can live up to expectation.”
Ghana drew goalless with Ethiopia in an international friendly last Saturday as part of their preparations.
They will leave for Cameroon on Thursday for the crucial tie on Sunday in an attempt to resurrect their ambitions of making it to the finals to be hosted by Equatorial Guinea later in the year.