Black Princesses should have abandoned the World Cup - Takyi Arhin Featured
09 Aug

Black Princesses should have abandoned the World Cup - Takyi Arhin

The General Manager of Eleven Wonders, Takyi Arhin has expressed that Ghana should have quitted their participation in the ongoing FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in France.
The Black Princesses moved to France in batches after their camping in Spain was cancelled.
Takyi Arhin, who double as the Division One Board Chairman, believes the football impasse in the country had really affected the Black Princesses negatively.
"The preparations of the Black Princesses was very poor. It happened because of the injunction on the Ghana FA," Takyi Arhin told Sikka FM.
"It wasn't necessary for Ghana to have even participated in the tournament. But they were allowed to go just to gain the applause from people."
"We were told without the football people (Football Association), government can manage the game. That's how we've come this far. It shouldn't be a surprise to us. It's like a square pegs in round holes," he added.
The Black Princesses will return to Ghana after their last group match against New Zealand following their loss to France and Netherlands respectively.
By: Opoku Augustus
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