Kuuku Dadzie wants early camping for Black Queens

By Patrick Akoto

Ghana’s women national team coach Kuuku Dadzie fears the delay in moving to camp ahead of their final qualifying hurdle against Cameroon could prove disastrous.

The Black Queens battle Cameroon next month in their last qualifying round for this year’s African Women’s Championship to be staged in Equatorial Guinea.

But the team has been forced to shelve plans to move to camp due to congestion at the Ghanaman Soccer of Excellence at Prampram.

The various national team comprising the Black Starlet, Satellite, Maidens and Princesses have all set up their camping base at the place.

Dadzie, who guided the country’s female Under-20 side to clinch silver at the 2011 All Africa Games fears the delay could hamper his preparations for the game against the Cameroonians.

“We should have started camping this Sunday but authorities say we can’t start on the 15th but we should wait till 27th,” the former Ghana international told Accra-based Radio XYZ.

“Definitely it’s going to affect me towards the Cameroon match. In the next few weeks, the girls will be doing nothing.

“They’re sitting in the house. Actually I have five players with the Princesses but the bulk of the team are sitting in the house and doing nothing.

“I have seen them. They’re so physical and they’re technically and tactically ok. They are in camp preparing and we’re sitting down here.

“I don’t have any option,”

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