Ghana will shock the world - Florence Dadson
8/18/2012 11:30:13 AM -
Black Princesses forward Florence Dadson has thrown a word of caution to opposing teams in the Women U-20 World Cup tournament which kicks off tomorrow in Japan.
The Princesses are arguably in the group of death with the likes of China, USA and defending champions Germany but the striker believes the group poses no threat at all to the Princesses.
'Many people have underrated Ghana even before kick off because of the group we are in, but that has motivated us to do better. We are not going to joke this time around, Dadson told Asempa sports.
'Our target is to go far beyond the group stage and so we're praying to God to help us attain that ambition to honour our late President'.
This tournament will be Dadson's second World Cup with her first being a member of the Black Maidens in 2010.
The Princesses open their campaign against USA in Hiroshima on Monday August 20 and are hopeful to build upon their record in the African qualifiers for both Germany 2010 and Japan 2012.
Ghana have played ten matches in total (four for Germany and six for Japan) and won them all.