Black Princesses

Yusif Basigi Named Black Princesses Head Coach

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The Ghana Football Association has named Yusif Basigi as head coach of the National U-20 female national team, the Black Princesses.

Imoro Amadu is the assistant coach with Emmanuel Kwesi Selassie as the Physical Trainer.

Other members of the technical team are as follows, Nassamu Yakubu – Goalkeepers Trainer,  Dr. Mabel Aboah -Team doctor, Asabea Opare – Physiotherapist, Susie Djoleto – Team Masseur, Madam Evelyn Nsiah Asare – Welfare Manager and Genevieve Clottey – Equipment manager.

The GFA has also named Eastern Regional FA Chairman Linford Asamoah as Chairman of the Black Princess Management Committee with Abena Brigidi as the Vice Chairperson.

Other members of the management committee are Yakubu Asamani, Christian Isaac Mensah and Linda Ansong.

Here are the Technical and Management Committee members:

TECHNICAL

Yussif Basigi                                        – Head Coach

Imoro Amadu                                     – Assistant Coach

Emmanuel Kwesi Sellasie                   – Assistant Coach (Physical Trainer)

Nassamu Yakubu                                – Goalkeepers Trainer

Dr. Mabel Aboah                                – Team Doctor

Asabea Opare                                     – Physiotherapist

Susie Djoleto                                       – Team Nurse

Evelyn Nsiah Asare                             – Welfare manager

Genevive Clotey                                  – Equipment Manager

MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

Linford Asamoah                                                        – Chairman

Abena Brigidi                                                              – Vice Chairman

Yakubu Asamani                                                         – Member

Christian Isaac Mensah                                              – Member

Linda Ansong                                                              – Member

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