Mercy Tagoe Nice
Mercy Tagoe Nice

Mercy Tagoe, head coach of Halifax Ladies, has set her sight on the maiden Normalisation Committee Women’s Special Competition (NCSWC) trophy.

Tagoe, whose charges played a 0-0 stalemate with Samaria Ladies at the Accra Technical Training Centre (ATTC), however admitted that, her side, were unimpressive on the day, but sure of progress.

Speaking to the media after the match, she said, “I wasn’t impressed with my team’s performance looking at how we played against Police Ladies. We created all the chances but we were unable to find the back of the net though we have trained on goal scoring abilities”.

However, the 45-year old said, it was her target to make history for the club by winning the maiden competition.

Having qualified to the quarter-finals of the competition with 10 points, after five games, the former Black Queens Coach who guided the senior national team to win the 2018 WAFU Zone B Women’s Nations Cup in Cote d’Ivoire reiterated that, said they were determined to win the ultimate.

Halifax will meet Immigration Ladies in the return encounter at the Community 8 No.2 Park on Wednesday.

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