Ampem Darkoa Ladies head coach, Joe Nana Adarkwa, says his team is in Ivory Coast purposely to win the 2023 CAF Women’s Champions League trophy.
The Ghana champions will take on Morocco’s AS FAR Rabat in their opening group game on Monday at the Stade de Laurent Pokou in San Pedro, with kick off set at 5 pm.
Coming up against the defending champions of the competition, Adarkwa said at the pre-match press conference that his team is ready for their first-ever game in the continental championship.
“We came here purposely for the cup. Our preparation is going on very well so we are ready for the tournament.
“We have two teams who have national team players so it is going to be a tough game. We are going to work towards that and see how we are going to approach the game in our training. In Sha Allah, definitely we are going to win the match.”
The third edition of the CAF Women’s Champions League kicked off over the weekend with Ampem Darkoa Ladies becoming the second Ghanaian team to participate in the final tournament after Hasaacas Ladies finished second in the maiden edition in 2021.
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