Vice Chairperson of the Ghana Women’s Premier League Board, Rosalind Amoh has urged the nation not to overly celebrate the Black Queens qualification for 2024 WAFCON in Morocco.
Ghana lost 1-0 to Namibia in the final qualifier at the Lucas Moripe Stadium in South Africa but hurdled to Morocco via a 3-2 aggregate following a 3-1 first leg victory in Accra.
The nation’s qualification has elicited positive vibes but Rosalind Amoh wants to judge Nora Hauptle’s charges at the main tournament.
“We shouldn’t over celebrate because ordinarily Black Queens qualifying for the AFCON shouldn’t be that big deal.
“I mean it is something that we’ve been doing regularly, the only time we missed out was in 2018 when we hosted and failed to progress beyond the group stages and then missing out on last year’s AFCON that was also a World Cup qualifier.
“For me I’m happy but I’m not overjoyed because we shouldn’t make it look as if we have arrived because it is one thing qualifying and always say, it is when you get there, the preparation you take into the competition to make sure that you do well beyond the group stages is what I always look forward to.” Rosalind Amoh told Radio Gold Sports.