Black Queens coach Mas-Ud Dramani has named eight foreign-based players in his provisional 28-man squad to prepare for a friendly against France this month.
The list includes Ernestina Abambilla and Faustina Ampah who recently won the league with FC Minsk in Belarus.
Relatively unknown Gifty Asare Ayew of Northern Oklahoma College has been handed a call-up.
Training starts tomorrow (Tuesday, 3 October) for the impending assignment to be played in Paris.
Dramani wants to give his side high profile matches to prepare them for the 2018 Africa Women’s Nations Cup which Ghana will be hosting.
Black Queens provisional squad:
Nana Ama Asantewaa (Police Ladies), Patricia Mantey (Immigration Ladies), Cynthia Adubea (Reformers)
Felicity Asuoko (Police Ladies), Ellen Coleman (Lady Strikers), Ernestina Abambilla (FC Minsk, Belarus), Janet Agyir (Hasaacas Ladies), Regina Antwi (Hasaacas Ladies), Faustina Ampah (FC Minsk, Belarus), Juliet Acheampong (Reformers)
Grace Adams (University of Florida), Gifty Ayew Asare (Northern Oklahoma College), Mary Issiful (Soccer Intellectuals), Priscila Saahene (Fabulous Ladies), Priscilla Okyere (Ampem Darkoaa)
Elizabeth Addo (Kvarnsvedens IK, Sweden), Portia Boakye (Hungary), Alice Kusi (Zouk Mosbeh Girls Club, Lebanon), Janet Ayieyam (Police Ladies), Princella Adubea (Ampem Darkoaa)
Mukarama Abdulai (Northern Ladies), Kundork Peterson (Ampem Darkoaa), Sandra Owusu Ansah (Zouk Mosbeh Girls Club, Lebanon), Barkisu Abdul Rahman (Lepo Ladies)
Lily Niber Lawrence (Hasaacas), Edem Atorvo (Lady Strikers), Mavis Owusuwaa (Ampem Darkoaa) Evelyn Yeboah (Ampem Darkoaa)
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