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Ampem Darkoa head coach targets victory over Hasaacas Ladies in Women’s League final

Ampem Darkoa Ladies coach, Joe Nana Adarkwah, is confident that his team will win the Women’s Premier League title against Hasaacas Ladies this weekend as the two teams prepare to face off in the final.

It is a rematch of the final from last season, when Hasaacas Ladies won and advanced to the final of the inaugural CAF Women’s Champions League.

“We are excited about getting the nod for yet another final to meeting Hasaacas Ladies again and even in the FA Cup final. Happenings of last season are past and gone and even with this new season, both teams have lost some key players who participated in the previous final,” he told Happy FM.

“I am highly optimistic that this season will be too close and a tight contest between us. I also believe we (the two coaches) will be at war tactically and whoever establishes supremacy will be on the winning side.

“On the field of play, am looking forward to players of both sides exhibiting tactical discipline and also adhering to instructions which I believe will ultimately enhance the game.”

“Again, I am hoping Ampem Darkoa wins this tie because it is not beyond us and was possible in the 2016 season. My players will be prepped so they do not repeat the mistakes of last season.”

The Women’s Premier League final between Ampem Darkoa Ladies and Hasaacas Ladies is set for Saturday, May 28, 2022, at 3:00 pm at the Accra Sports Stadium.

Credit: Happy Sports

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