Black Princesses commence camping ahead of second leg game against Namibia

The National Women’s Under-20 team, the Black Princesses has returned to prepare for the second leg of the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) Women Under-20 World Cup match against Namibia early next month.

The Princesses who defeated the Namibians by 7-0 in the first leg at the Accra Sports Stadium last Sunday, are leaving no stone unturned to ensure smooth entry into the next stage of the qualifiers despite the heavy win in the first leg three days ago.

Coach Robert Sackey, head coach of the Princesses seem to be in no mood to drop his guard after the first leg victory and will be looking forward to approach the next game with the same seriousness.

Information gathered by GNA Sports indicates that the team started camping on Tuesday, February 21, and will stay in camp till they depart to Windhoek, Namibia for the match fixed between 2nd and 4th March.

Coach Sackey believes there is no need for complacency despite the huge first leg win since football is a game of uncertainty.

The Black Princesses are chasing a place in the finals to be hosted by Uzbekistan in what could be their second finals after their debut in Germany 2010.

However, they have to scale over tougher opponents, South Africa if they are to make their dreams become a reality.

Source: GNA

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