Elizabeth Ayebea has returned to training early Tuesday after undergoing swollen knee treatment by our physiotherapist.
Her fitness to play our next match at home to Essiam Socrates Ladies will solely be decided by the Team Doctor and Coach and it is unclear at this stage how many days more she will need to be fully healed. Ernestina Amoateng who couldn’t play our last match with Army Ladies FC due to thigh injury will also wait for what our physiotherpist and team doctors will say before or on Friday.
Coach Freeman Amponsah will update with further team news on or before Friday after the players are fully monitored during our last training sessions with the Team doctor and physiotherapist.
WHEN AND WHERE
We are back at the Madina Astroturf on Saturday 1 April in the Malta Guinness Women Premier League, with the match kicking off at 03:00 PM (GMT) though we are not too certain as the date and time can be changed by GFA which will be communicated to our fans before Saturday.
The game might not be shown live on Max TV but should there be any changes we will communicate that as well to our fans, while you can also keep across all of the action via the official Berry Ladies Football Club Social Media Platforms, as well as the key moments on Twitter: @berryladiesfc.
Supporters living around Madina and its environs will be expected to be present at the Madina Astroturf to cheer up our girls to secure another important 3 points.
COACH FREEMAN AMPONSAH PREVIEW
The boss will speak to www.berryladiesfcgh.com (This is Berries) at 5:00 on Friday evening, where he will provide an injury update. You can follow that interview which will be posted on www.berryladiesfcgh.com.
On matchday, we will announce the teams to play across our social media platforms. Make sure you have push notifications switched on too to receive the team news as it’s announced!
Berry Ladies FC and Essiam Socrates Ladies last battled it out on November, 14th, 2022 at Mankessim Astroturf where we put on a thrilling display during our 3-1 loss, we were unfortunate.
LAST TIME OUT
Berry Ladies FC secured a big three point after an impressive 1-0 display against Army Ladies where Jafaru Rahama tallied her third goal of the season with Berry Ladies FC. Martha Appiah bagged herself a third MVP which she, Elizabeth Ayebea, Regina Donkor, Comfort Yeboah and Cynthia Y. Boakye were amazing at the back to stop all shots from the Army Ladies FC Attackers.
The referee and assistant referees will be confirmed in the days ahead of the match by GFA.
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