Immigration women’s soccer team (immigration ladies) will for the first time meet their counterparts from the Western region, Hasacas ladies in the ongoing national women’s league.
The match is scheduled to take place at the Takoradi stadium tomorrow.
Otinkorang Ankrah, former Blackstars player who is the assistant coach of the immigration team, is hopeful of a win.
He noted that “I am very confident in our players that they are going to win at all cost because they have had some good training. They are tactically disciplined and with that I am sure we are going to beat our opponents.”
The team played Sea Lion’s in their first match at the Dansoman Liberty Park last Saturday where they lost by a goal.
The Football Association launched the 2017/2018 women’s league last week, the sixth edition since the inception of the league in 2012.
Sixteen teams, including Ashtown ladies FC, Prisons ladies FC, Pearl Pia ladies FC, Fabulous ladies FC, Supreme ladies FC, Northern Ladies FC and Kumasi Sports Academy, from the northern zone will be competing for the title of national champions.
Those from the southern zone are Hasacas ladies, Halifax ladies FC, Immigration ladies, Sea Lions ladies, Samaria ladies, Police ladies, Ladies strikers and soccer intellectuals.
By Nana Oye Ankrah