Black Maidens arrive in Accra

The Black Maidens have arrived in Accra after exiting from the ongoing world 2016 FIFA Women's World Cup tournament which is being held in Jordan.

Ashtown Ladies forward Grace Acheampong will start in midfield for the Black Maidens when they take on Korea DPR in their FIFA U17 World Cup quarter finals clash on Thursday afternoon.

The Black Maidens have been knocked out of the 2016 FIFA World Cup after losing 2-1 to Korea DPR in the quarter finals stage of the competition. 

Two players have been ruled out of Ghana's FIFA U17 World Cup quarter finals game against Korea DPR scheduled for Thursday October 13.

The Black Maidens will resume training on Monday as they prepare for their 2016 FIFA Women's World Cup quarter finals match against Korea DPR. 

The Black Maidens will resume training on Monday as they prepare for their 2016 FIFA Women's World Cup quarter finals match against Korea DPR. 

Coach Evans Adotey has made a two tactical changes to the Black Maidens starting line up for Saturday's World Cup final group match against Paraguay.

The Black Maidens are through to the next stage of the 2016 FIFA U17 Women's World Cup after beating Paraguay 1-0 on Saturday at the Al Hussein Stadium in Irbid.

The Black Maidens began preparations for their final group match on Thursday morning after coach Evans Adotey gave his players  a day's rest on Wednesday.

Black Maidens coach Evans Adotey was confident that his team could recover from the heavy defeat to Japan and beat USA in the subsequent group D match.

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