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Major General Bismarck Kwasi Onwona confident Army Ladies will beat Police Ladies to annex Women's FA Cup crown

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Chief of Army Staff, Major General Bismarck Kwasi Onwona, is confident Army Ladies will beat Police Ladies to clinch the Women's FA Cup title for the first time in their history.

Army Ladies, who are playing in their third final, are yet to win the title despite their impressive run to the finals over the years.

They are back on the grind as they take on 2016 winners Police Ladies in what promises to be an absorbing contest at the University of Ghana Stadium on Saturday June 8, 2024.

Kickoff is 16:00GMT (4pm local time).

The stage is set for an epic showdown between the two forces in what is expected to be an engaging, uncompromising and keenly contested final in the capital, Accra.

Chief of Army Staff, Major General Bismarck Kwasi Onwona, is very optimistic about the chances of the Army Ladies team to clinch the ultimate diadem for the first time.

He was speaking after the President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) and his entourage paid him and his Generals a courtesy call as part of the Women's FA Cup trophy tour at the Army Headquarters in Accra on Wednesday June 5, 2024.

"I entreat the President and the entire Ghana Football Association, especially the officiating staff to be fair, firm and friendly to both teams to ensure an incident free match. At the end of the day, whoever wins, wins for Ghana; but I can assure you the Army Ladies are bringing the trophy here for my blessings," he said enthusiastically.

"On this note I urge the Army Ladies to play above themselves as they have never done and do the Army the honour of winning the match and bringing the coveted trophy to this Headquarters."

The two distinguished teams will go at each other in Saturday's final expected to attract huge numbers at the University of Ghana Stadium, Legon.