Lawyer and member of the Normalization Committee, Naa Odofoley Nortey has expressed her delight over the two-matches-old Women Special Competition.
The Normalization Committee Women Special Competition kicked off last week, and has generated a lot of positive vibes, after football was stalled in the country for nine months.
Sharing her views after the classic game between Police Ladies and Immigration Ladies, the astute lawyer said:
“You can see the girls are really playing their hearts out, they’ve taken this tournament very seriously and I like the way they are going about everything. You can see that, the team that lost today (Immigration Ladies) are very upset.
“Because they thought they had it in the bag, at worst it should have been a draw. Unfortunately there was a late goal by the Police team and that made their opponents very upset.
“So I’m going to try and comfort them a bit.
Seeing the brain-child of the Normalization Committee coming to fruition, Naa Odofoley gleefully said:
” I mean so far the results that we are getting we can really say that this thing (the tournament) is really going on very well, I have watched two games so far.
“I intend to be at Saturday’s game at the Teshie MATS park, I hope everybody will come. I mean everyone is here.
Ghanaians you can see the interest in football is back. Clearly, Ghanaians are very happy to see football back. We thank God, so far so good.
Match day three of the ongoing Normalization Committee Women Special Competition kicks off at the various match centres this weekend