Mercy Tago-Quarcoo: Black Queens coach hoping injured players recover during Covid-19 break

Published on: 16 June 2020

Head Coach for the Black Queens of Ghana, Mrs. Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo is taking positives from the Coronavirus (Covid-19) break as she notes that it will give injured players the time to recover. 

Football in Ghana and Africa has been on suspension for the past 3 months as a measure to curb the spread of the deadly Covid-19 disease.

Despite the enormous effects it is having on clubs, Coach Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo says it has presented a good opportunity for some players who are nursing various injuries.

According to the gaffer, injured players can use the period to continue their road to recover and hope they are back to full fitness when the football season resumes.

"The only benefit derived from this pandemic period is that those that are injured will have ample time to recover while I also keep in touch with the Doctor to see to their health. Currently, all the ladies who traveled to Turkey are aware of how competitive the team has become and want to retain their position by trying hard to keep up. I make them take videos while training, the technical team accumulates all the program so that we make corrections", the coach said in an interview with the Communication team of the Ghana FA.

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