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Ghanaian fans waiting for the big welcome of the gallant Black Maidens

Posted On Monday, 15th October 2012

The Black Maidens are expected home on Monday evening

Ghanaian soccer fans are awaiting the arrival of the country’s Under-17 Women’s team after their bronze winning feat at the recently concluded Fifa Under-17 Women’s Championship.

The Black Stars beat Germany 1-0 to grab a historic bronze in Azerbaijan on Saturday.

The team is expected to touch base at the Kotoka International Airport in Accra at 19:30 GMT (7:30 local time).

The technical team and the players are expected to get a royal welcome as fans troop to the airport to await their arrival.

Ghana made history by becoming the first African country to win a medal at the Fifa Under-17 Women’s world championship and the memory will etch on the players for years to come.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. Africanus says:

    Great achievement. I am proud of this team, and proud of my country.

  2. ZG says:

    GH4EVER, the shinning stars of Africa,Ghana only brings good image to Africa but still people refuse to RESPECT AND ACCEPT what we are. We are Africa

  3. GH FUO, THINK BIG!!! says:

    TO SAY IM PROUD OF THESE LADIES WILL BE AN UNDERSTATEMENT. IM OVERLY ELATED. THEY MADE HISTORY FOR THEMSELVES, GH AND AFRICA. THEY HAVE INFORMED US, WITH THEIR ACTIONS DAT WOMENS SOCCER DESERVES ALL THE ATENTION IT DESERVES, JUST LIKE THE MALE TEAMS.
    THE WMNS GFA MUST BE ESTABLISHED ASAP
    THE GH GOVT ALONG WITH GFS MUST PROPERLY REWARD THESE LADIES THE SAME WAY IT DID PRIOR TO THIS NEW BONUS DIRECTIVE. TO THOSE WHO DIDNT GET FOREIGN SCHOLARSHIPS OR CONTRACTS. LET THEM USE THE BONUSES TO FURTHER THEIR EDUCATION, N GET JOBS PLAYING IN THE WOMENS LEAGUE. THE SKY IS THE LIMIT
    GOD BLESS WOMENS SOCCER. GOD BLESS GH





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