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Jul 22, 2009 | Football News

Queens begin camping today

New Black Queens coach A.K Edusei has named two Black Princesses  players in his list of 31 players that will begin training on Wednesday for next month's inaugural Wafu tourney.

 
Conspiciously missing from the list is goalkeeper Mamunatu Sulemana who has years been our reigning first choice.

Edusei is taking charge of the women's national team for a second time after leading the Ghana team to win a four-nation tournament in India in 1995.

He is looking at building a fortified squad for the qualifiers to the 7th African Women's Championship.

Squad:
Goalkeepers: Jennifer Opoku(Fabulous)Perpetual Donkor(Hasaacas),Gladys Quansah(Ghatel-Koforidua),Leila Mohammed(AshTown Ladies)

Defenders: Muzah Naziha - Ghatel-Tamale; Patience Kpobi-La Ladies; Aminatu Ibrahim-Ghatel Accra;  Mary Berko-Ghatel Tamale; Nancy Coleman-Hasaacas; Agnes Agyakwa- La Ladies;  Linda Opoku- La Ladies; Yaa Avoe- Fabulous Ladies; Portia Boakye-Fabulous Ladies; Ama Saabi- Fabulous Ladies; Linda Eshun-Hasaacas

Midfielders: Letitia Zikpi-Ghatel Accra; Florence Okoe-Ghatel Accra; Francisca Koomson- Hasaacas; Doris Nettey- La Ladies; Abdul Safia- Lepo; Akua Sika- Fabulous Ladies; Priscilla OKyere- Fabulous; Fatima Agyei- Fabulous; Grace Asare- Reformers;Nana Sekyi Asieduaa- Hasaacas

Strikers: Agnes Aduako- Fabulous; Faiza Ibrahim- Ghatel Tamale; Diana Ankomah- Ghatel Accra; Nedina Asante- AshTown Ladies; Florence Dadson-Cape Coast; Agnes Kwofie- Hasaacas.

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