Ghana's Black Queens invited to play Namibia in anniversary match
By Ameenu Shardow
Ghana’s national women’s team have been invited for an international friendly to mark the 24th Independence anniversary of Namibia.
The Black Queens are billed to play their Namibian counterparts on March 21 in Windhoek.
The game forms part of planned events to mark the 24th Independence anniversary of Namibia.
An 18-man squad has therefore been called up by coach Yusif Bassigi to commence preparations for the friendly.
The team will converge at the Ghanaman Soccer School of Excellence in Prampram on Monday before emplaning to Namibia two days later.
The team will train in Windhoek on Thursday before facing the Namibians the following day.
The Ghana team will return home on March 23.
The Black Queens have progressed to the next qualification round for this year’s African Women’s Championships after seeing off Burkina Faso in a 6-0 aggregate scoreline.
Ghana’s next opponent in the qualifiers is Ethiopia.