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Paris 2024Q: Nora Häuptle names Black Queens pre-list for Guinea clash

Black Queens coach, Nora Häuptle has selected a provisional roster of 31 players to camp ahead of the commencement of the African qualifiers for the women’s football competition at the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris.

The first round of the qualification process, which will feature 18 nations, will begin in July with the Ghana senior women’s national team as one of them.

The Black Queens will play West African neighbours Guinea in a home-and-away ties on selected dates between July 10 and 18, 2023.

Ghana will travel to Conakry for the first leg before finishing the tie at home.

Paris 2024Q: Black Queens to begin Olympics quest against Guinea [+THE PATH]

Young goalkeeper Afi Amenyaku and midfielder Success Ameyaa of the Black Princesses team that won the inaugural Wafu-B U-20 Girls’ Cup received their first senior call-ups in Nora Häuptle’s roster of 14 homegrown and 17 foreign-based players.

Long-term absentees Jennifer Cudjoe (FC Nordsjaelland, Denmark) and Ernestina Abambila (TME SMS Łódź, Poland) have returned, as have Veronica Adjei Konadu (Gokulam Kerala, India), Blessing Shine Agbomadzi (AS FAR Rabat, Morocco), Susan Ama Duah (Avaldsnes IL, Norway), and Mavis Owusu (Ampem Darkoa Ladies) after missing the last call-ups for the friendly against Senegal in April.

The Black Queens are to report to camp at the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence (GSCE), Prampram, by 16:00 GMT on Monday, July 3, 2023.

Africa has two slots for the women’s football tournament at the Paris Olympic Games scheduled for Friday, July 26 to Sunday, August 11, 2024. A country must advance through all four rounds of qualification in order to earn a spot in the Olympics.

Invited players:
Anasthesia Achiaa (Ampem Darkoa Ladies), Veronica Adjei Konadu (Gokulam Kerala, India), Princella Adubea (Kiryat Gat, Israel), Blessing Shine Agbomadzi (AS FAR Rabat, Morocco), Adama Alhassan (Army Ladies), Susan Ama Duah (Avaldsnes IL, Norway), Mary Amponsah (Ampem Darkoa Ladies), Grace Asantewaa (Real Betis Feminas, Spain), Gifty Assifuah (1207 Antalya Spor, Turkey), Ernestina Abambila (TME SMS Łódź, Poland), Afi Amenyeku (Northern Ladies), Success Ameyaa (Hasaacas Ladies), Martha Appiah (Berry Ladies), Evelyn Badu (Avaldsnes IL, Norway), Doris Boaduwaa (Hasaacas Ladies), Portia Boakye (Djurgården, Sweden).

Azumah Bugre (IFK Norrköping, Sweden), Jennifer Cudjoe (FC Nordsjaelland, Denmark), Janet Egyir (Hapoel Jerusalem Katamon, Israel), Linda Eshun (Hasaacas Ladies), Alice Kusi (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü), Cynthia Konlan Findib (Swieqi United FC, Malta), Kerrie McCarthy (Kumasi Sports Academy), Stella Nyamekye (Dreamz Ladies), Mavis Owusu (Ampem Darkoa Ladies), Victoria Osei (Ampem Darkoa Ladies), Princess Owusu (Fabulous Ladies), Jacqueline Owusu (Emek Hefer, Israel), Safiatu Salifu (Yanga Princess, Tanzania), Justice Tweneboaa (Biik Kazygurt, Kazakhstan), Fidous Yakubu (Hasaacas Ladies)



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