The Ghana Football Association has appointed former Black Queens player Adjoa Bayor as coordinator for the female national team.
The 42-year-old who played in the 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup which was hosted by USA is expected to help the team with her expertise in her new role.
The former FC Indiana and Ghatel Ladies player will join former Black Stars captain Stephen Appiah and Michael Tawiah Attoh who have you been coordinators for the national team.
Adjoa Bayor will work closely under Deputy General Secretary Alex Asante. Their mandate is to facilitate training programmes, preparation for games and competitions and other activities of the national team.
Adjoa Bayor won the African Women footballer of the year 2003.