Regeneration: The genesis of West Quay III

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Princesses coach guarding against complacency

first_imgGhana U20 Women’s coach Masud Dramani says his team will not lose focus in their quest to qualify for next year’s Fifa U20 Women’s World Cup in Papua New Guinea.The Black Princesses made a giant step towards qualification to tournament after drawing 2-2 with Ethiopia in their final round qualifier first leg in Addis Ababa.Ghana took the lead after Hassabi Muso scored an own goal very early into the game. Ethiopian Loza Abera pulled level in the 15th minute before adding another in the 22nd minute to make it 2-1.Princesses striker Kate Addo however scored barely 10 minutes to full-time to brighten Ghana’s chances in the second leg which is in a fortnight. “We are always very positive about how we go about things, we have also been guided by the issue of really keeping our direction, keeping our focus and picking the games as it comes,” he told Joy Sports“Ethiopia is very formidable i remember in 2011 they eliminated Ghana from the Olympic qualifiers which i was the assistant coach. “So we are guided by some of these historic events, football is global now and so you need to respect your opponents and be guided by the sense of complacency.”The return leg game has been scheduled for the Baba Yara Stadium in a fortnight.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySports.last_img read more