Captain of the national women U20 team, Justice Ama Tweneboah is excited with the return of football in the country.
Women football is expected to become the first contact sports to resume play following the coronavirus-enforced lockdown.
Ghana’s Government on Sunday greenlit the female national teams, (Black Princesses and the Black Maidens) to resume campings ahead of their international assignments.
The Black Princesses will lock horns with Guinea-Bissau in a FIFA U20 World Cup qualifier in September.
However, the Pearlpia Ladies skipper has revealed his excitement to the latest development in an interview with the GFA Communications.
“On behalf of my teammates, I want to use this opportunity to thank the President for the opportunity given us to start training”
“Since the beginning of the break, we have been engaging in individual training but we all know it is not as effective as team training”
“This opportunity will help us get back in shape for the task ahead. We as players are happy about the news. Thank you Mr. President”