Former Black Queens captain Adjoa Bayor believes the current team has what it takes to win this year’s Africa Women’s Championship.
Ghana have been drawn in group A with north Africans Algeria, Mali and Cameroon.
Bayor who played a key role in the draw on Sunday night believes the Black Queens can make an impact at the competition.
“The draw is a good one for Ghana,” she said after the event at the plush Movenpick Hotel in Accra. “The only team that can trouble us in the group in Cameroon but i’m optimistic of our chances,” she added.
The 2003 Africa Women player of the year advised the Black Queens to remain determined and dedicated to one objective which is winning the competition.
“My one advise is the team should work hard and remain determine. They should give their all for the country and when they do that we can win the tournament. We are also backing them to win the championship.”
Ghana has never won the competition before but were close on three occasions losing in the finals to Nigeria.