Grateful coach, Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo acknowledged the efforts of Ghanaians in supporting the Black Queens and called for more ahead of the imminent WAFU tournament.

The female senior national team have so far played four preparatory matches, winning three and losing one, racking up 43 goals in as many games.

Speaking to NBSportslive after cruising past Mankessim Indomitable Royals, the head coach expressed her gratitude to the supporters.

“With a heart of gratitude I want to tell Ghanaians the Black Queens is grateful for the support they’ve given to us so far.

“This is a training game and we are not going to get carried away by the results [3-0 vs Mankessim Indomitable Royals].

Despite averaging 10.75 goals per game, coach Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo doesn’t want her side to get carried away.

“Because the tournament is yet to start and we are still preparing feverishly ahead of the competition.

“It’s a good sign to play a competitive friendly game against a male side and win, it’s not easy.

“I believe this will encourage us [Black Queens] to do better that what we have done.

She called for Ghanaians to rally behind her team:

“I will entreat Ghanaians to continue with their unflinching support for the team.”

Ghana will kick start her title defense against Senegal next week.