Ghana's junior women's team, the Black Maidens will get their preparations started for the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup this weekend.
Coach Abraham Allotey has called up thirty girls to the Ghanaman Soccer Centre School of Excellence in Prampram to commence with training on Sunday, June 20.
The Black Maidens picked one of the two qualifying places from the continent as Ghana secure a second successive appearance after the African round of qualifiers.
Ghana and Brazil are both paired in Group D alongside Canada and the second qualifying UEFA team.
The 16-nation competition will start from 5 to 25 September in Trinidad and Tobago.
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