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Tangoba Abayage to begin canvassing support for women football teams

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Former Upper East Regional Minister Tangoba Abayage is set to begin canvassing support for women’s football teams in the country.

According to the former minister, who also served as a former Ambassador to Italy, if the country expects to win continental trophies, there should be a deliberate attempt to support women’s football teams.

“I’m going to start a serious canvass for national support for our Women’s Football Teams. If we really want to win any continental or world trophies we must invest in our Women’s teams. There’s no room for argument here at all,” she wrote on her official Facebook page.

Celebrated sports journalist with A1 Radio, Humul Khrusum Tahiru, welcomed the news shared by the former Upper East Regional Minister saying it was “refreshing news.”

“The former ambassador to Italy and Upper East regional minister has redirected her support for national soccer teams. She has decided to do more for women’s football. Mommy Tangoba Abayage let it begin already,” he added.

Meanwhile, the Black Princesses of Ghana have secured a first leg advantage over Senegal in the U-20 Women’s World Cup qualifiers after beating them by two goals at the Stade Lat Dior. An early brace from Tracy Twum was all the Princesses needed to announce their presence in the game.

In related news, the Black Stars lost their first match at the 2023 AFCON by two goals to one against Cape Verde, a situation that has drawn sentiments of disappointment from many Ghanaians.

Source: A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Bolgatanga|

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