Swaggering head coach, Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo talks big after her side’s emphatic home win against high flying Police Ladies.
Coach Tagoe-Quarcoo’s outfit exacted revenge on the team that handed them their first and only loss of the special competition on Wednesday afternoon.
Revenge, they say, ‘is best served when it’s cold,’ and that is exactly Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo and her team did when they lashed Police Ladies 3-1 on match day four.
Ernestina Tetteh was the overwhelming heroine on the day as she bagged a hat trick against the table toppers to send Halifax level on points with the losers.
In an interview with NB Sports, Mercy expressed her opinion after the game:
“As you can see, my girls were very determined and fortunately, we were playing at home.
“And at our own backyard, we can’t allow them (Police Ladies) to beat us for the second time.
“It is only a fool who will allow himself to be beaten twice by the same team.
“So we learnt our lessons from the first game, where we lost to them by a goal.” she concluded.
The win puts Halifax Ladies in pole position to qualify from group D, as they square off against a lacklustre Samaria Ladies, who have picked up a single win in four games.
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