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I have no regrets for coaching women’s football —Black Princesses coach

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The head coach of the national U-20 women’s football team, Yusif Basigi, says he has never thought of quitting as head coach of the Black Princesses of Ghana.

Four years ago, the Ghana Football Association named Yusif Basigi as head coach of the national U-20 female national team, the Black Princesses, along with Imoro Amadu as his assistant and Emmanuel Kwesi Selassie as the physical trainer.

“We were lacking behind, I mean women’s football, but now we are rubbing shoulders with the men because, even looking at the incentives we are getting and the capacity building that they have initiated and put in place,. I am a beneficiary of the capacity building, my other coaches are also beneficiaries, and even I’m more of a beneficiary because this is my second time I’m going to benefit, so I think that now I have no regrets for coaching women’s football. This is my 21 years of coaching women’s football, and I have no regrets at all because of what they are doing, so now even if I was thinking of quitting women’s football, I am now going to rekindle coaching women’s football.”

The Black Princesses held their first training session in Paris on Monday, February 12, after arriving in France on Sunday for an intense week-long training tour at the prestigious National Football Centre in Clairefontaine.

This partnership agreement between the France Football Federation (FFF) and the Ghana Football Association (GFA) will enhance preparations for the 13th edition of the African Games in Accra in 2024.

The collaboration seeks to provide development opportunities for players, coaches, and referees, ultimately raising the standard of women’s football in Ghana. The Princesses will return to Ghana on February 17, 2024, equipped with new skills and experiences to share with their fellow athletes and contribute to the growth of women’s football in Ghana.

Source: A1Radioonline.com101.1Mhz|Pius Asack|Ghana

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