Former Ghana Female international Mercy Tagoe Quarcoo will temporally take charge of the Black Queens team as the Ghana Football Association prepare to name a new substantive head Coach.
Head Coach Mas-Ud Didi Dramani left the post vacant after receiving an offer to work with Danish Club Nordjelland.
Nordjelland handed an opportunity to the Ghanaian Coach to serve as one of the technical handlers for the team’s youth side.
The Coach however embraced the offer from the European side by leaving his duties as head Coach of the Black Queens team.
The news however leaves the Ghana Football Association with no option than to appoint a new Coach in the shortest possible time to prepare the team for the upcoming WAFU Women’s Cup of Nations in Cote d’ Ivoire and Africa Women’s Championship which will be hosted in Ghana later this year.
Sources at the FA reveal Mercy Tagoe, who was acting as the deputy coach for the side will be in charge of the team until further notice.
This means the former Amidaus Professionals assistant Coach will lead the team when they embark for the WAFU Women’s Cup of Nations next Month.
The FA on the order hand may consider naming the former FIFA referee as the substantive head Coach of the side.
By Frank Darkwah