Black Queens and Police Ladies goalkeeper, Fafali Dumehasi, preaches caution ahead of their penultimate game against Immigration Ladies.
The highly optimistic custodian boasted about her side’s invincibility in the special competition ahead of their game against Halifax Ladies.
Fafali, who was distraught about conceding for the first time in the competition against Samaria Ladies, had a day to forget when Police Ladies squared off against Halifax Ladies.
The national goalie had a hell of a time in Tema, conceding three goals from her fellow Black Queen, Ernestina Tetteh.
Dumehasi, who has being the safest pair of hands for Police Ladies, is preaching caution as her side face struggling Immigration Ladies on match day five.
“I can’t say we are going to take the game against Immigration Ladies easy.
“Because, we’ve played before (in the first round) and they’ve seen our approach to the game, same as we (have seen theirs).
“So I can’t say it is going to be an easy match. Because, what happened today, proves to us that anything can happen, so we are going to gird our loins in our next game.” she told NB Sports.
Police Ladies had the bragging rights when they played Immigration Ladies in the first round, and will want to repeat the same dose over the weekend.