Black Queens midfielder, Jennifer Cudjoe, believes Rwanda is not an easy opponent to face in their opening 2024 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations first round qualifying game.
However, the FC Nordjaelland player is convinced her teammates are ready for the first leg game today, Wednesday, in Kigali’s Pele Stadium.
Speaking ahead of the game, Cudjoe reveals the Black Queens need to continue doing what they have been doing under Nora Hauptle, and going unbeaten since she took over.
“For me, and with what I have seen, everybody is ready, and we just need to keep doing what we did before in our previous games,” Cudjoe said.
“This is not an easy team, as everybody will think. Every team is different. I am ready, and the other players are ready to just continue winning to be in the AFCON and Olympics, and I hope all our fans will give us the needed support,” she added.
The game will kick off at 13:00 GMT. The return fixture will be played in Ghana on September 26.
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