Postpone Womens AFCON – Black Queens Head coach Mercy Tagoe
Ghana’s Black Queens head coach, Mercy Quarcoo-Tagoe, has called for the immediate postponement of this year’s Africa Women’s Cup of Nations (AWCON) to be staged in the Republic of Congo.
According to her, numerous countries around the world are still yet to recover from the full effects of the deadly coronavirus, which has decimated lives all around the world and brought lots of activities to major halt hence the need to truncate the Afcon Women’s tournament and reschedule it to a later date.
“Looking at how the world has suffered from the pandemic it will be difficult to hold the AWCON. My girls are psychologically shaken by the pandemic and the situation keeps getting worse”
“If we can wait and have the tournament next year to protect the players from contracting the virus, I am for that.”she told Happy FM.
Meanwhile CAF has postponed major competitions around on the continent in efforts to help mitigate the widespread of the coronavirus, whiles government’s are also putting in measures to ease earlier restrictions.
The Total African Women’s Championship is organized every two years for female footballers all around African.