Ghana’s Black Princesses have been directed to report to camp in Prampram this weekend to begin preparations for this year’s Fifa Under-20 Women’s World Cup.
This comes after the Sports Ministry assured the team of the availability of food.
Head Coach Yusif Basigi last Friday invited 37 players to camp but was forced to cancel his original plan because there were no food stuffs for caterers to cook for the players.
But Spokesperson for the Sports Ministry, Elvis Adjei Baah says all those issues have been resolved.
“We didn’t know why they were not in camp because the approval has been given long time ago until we heard rumors that certain issues relating to non-availability of caterers and food but it is not true the caterer is still at post,” he told Starr Sports.
“Now we have insisted that they have to go to camp which they have agreed to go this Saturday,” Adjei Baah added.
Ghana, housed in Group A of the 2018 Fifa U-20 Women’s World Cup, will kick off their campaign against hosts France at Stade de la Rabine on August 5 before facing the Netherlands and New Zealand on August 8 and 12 respectively.
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