Twenty-two (22) players have been named in Ghana’s squad for a trip to face Guinea in the qualifiers for the India 2022 Fifa U-17 Women’s World Cup.
This Saturday, April 16, the Black Maidens will play guests to their West African neighbours in the first leg of the third round of the qualifiers.
Heading out of the country for the all-important away fixture Wednesday morning, Maidens head coach Baba Buhu named his team with about up to 8 noticeable changes to the last squad that travelled to face Senegal in early March.
The match is slated for Stade Général Lansana Conté de Nongo.
The reverse fixture is scheduled for Cape Coast Sports Stadium on April 30.
A successful negotiation into the fourth and final round could see Ghana battling one of Niger or Morocco over two legs.
The aggregate winner will pick one of Africa’s three slots to the India 2022 Fifa U-17 Women’s World Cup later in October.
Ahamadu Amina (FC Savannah), Deborah Brown (Ampem Darkoa), Najat Salam (Tamale Super Ladies)
Comfort Yeboah (Ampem Darkoa Ladies), Zuleiha Fuseini (Pearlpia Ladies), Rose Boakyewaa (Dreamz Ladies), Deborah Annoh (LadyStrikers), Zakaria Takia (Pearlpia Ladies), Faiza Seidu (Northern Ladies), Magdalene Awuni (Bolga All Stars Ladies), Adjeley Kpobi (Kotoku Rush Ladies)
Success Ameyaa (Hasaacas Ladies), Asana Alhassan (PerlPia Ladies), Nancy Amoh (Supreme Ladies), Stella Nyamekye (Dreamz Ladies), Georgina Aoyem Ayisha (Pearlpia Ladies), Karima Abdulai (FC Savannah), Constance Serwaa Agyemang (Berry Ladies), Rasheeda Sahadu (Pearlpia Ladies)
Mary Amponsah (Ampem Darkoa), Mariam Maltiti Iddi (Pearlpia Ladies), Kubura Dejean (Tamale Super Ladies)