I question my players commitment – Ghana’s U-17 Coach


Black Maidens head coach, Augustine Adotey has expressed dissatisfaction regarding the output of certain players in camp.

According to the U-17 Coach, after the scouting exercise, certain players currently in camp have failed to translate their trial form into their ongoing preparations.

“The challenge I’m facing now is that during the scouting exercise, the players’ performances have been entirely different from what we saw during the scouting.

When that happens it makes the work difficult as the commitment levels of the players becomes questionable,” Adotey lamented.

He added: “Another challenge I’m facing is that over the week the players respective clubs wrote to the FA requesting for the release of their players for the Women’s league and we have no option than to allow them to go.”

The Black Maidens will battle Morocco in a World Cup qualifier as they aim will for their third straight World Cup appearance after Azerbaijan 2012 and Costa Rica 2014.

Nana Akua
Nana Akua is Ladies March Ghanaian Correspondent. She's the second child of a Christian family of nine and got hooked on football at the age of 10. Interestingly, she played football in her junior high school team at age of 12. '' I stopped playing due to some myth my dad told me''. Hahaha She's a football reporter for Heritage and a Sports producer for a Ghana-based TV station. Nana is still studying at the Ghana Institute of Journalism. and is an avid Blogger. Arsenal fanatic, Accra Hearts of Oak stalker and Prison Ladies supporter, Nana loves sports to a fault basically because, ''I earn a living through writing and talking!! Radio, TV and newspaper'' Great!

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