Former Black Queens player, Doreen Angelina Awuah has lamented that lack of experience cost Black Queens exit from the Olympic games qualifiers.
Speaking to Saddick Adams on Angel FM’s Floodlight show, Angelina Awuah said that a lot of chances were created by the team in the two legs but the lack of experience upfront caused the Black Queens.
According to the former Apem Darkoa captain, authorities of the football association also need to include old players of the Queens to be supportive to serve as motivation to the young lads .
Mercy Tagoe’s team went into the second leg away from home with little or nothing to fight for, after failing to make count their home advantage, in a match which saw both teams not finding the back of the net.
The Black Queens of Ghana later lost 1-0 to the Harambee Starlets of Kenya at the MISC Kasarani on Tuesday, October 8, 2019 following 99th minute strike from the penalty spot by Gentrix Shikangwa to halt the Queens from progressing to the fourth round of the qualifiers .
David Ousman side will now meet Zambia in the next round as they continue to seek for their ticket for the 2020 Olympic games slated for July 24 to August 9, 2020.
Source: Ghana | Angelfmonlinegh | Isaac Ansah Apagya