Sports Minister Isaac Asiamah says he has no doubts about the capacity of Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo as head coach of the Ghana senior women’s football team, the Black Queens.
Following the exit of head coach Mas-Ud Dramani, the ex-international took interim charge of the Black Queens and made history at the recently held Wafu B Women’s Cup of Nations in Cote d’Ivoire where she led the side to win the tournament at the expense of the hosts.
Since the Wafu feat, there has been a huge clamour for Tagoe-Quarcoo to be confirmed head coach with the Sports Minister the latest to join the calls.
“I am very proud of Mercy, she has made history. I don’t doubt her capacity to coach the national team at all.
“She has demonstrated that she can coach the Black Queens by giving us a Cup. So for me I am, very proud of Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo for her achievement,” Isaac Asiamah told Starr Sports.
Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo is the first female coach to win a trophy with a Ghana national team.