Black Princesses of Ghana’s newest forward, Sharom Esinam Sampson is confident the Women’s U-20 national team will go past the group stages of the 2022 FIFA Women’s U20 World Cup.
The Ghanaian ladies are paired in Group D with the Netherlands, Japan, and the USA ahead of the tournament to be staged in Costa Rica from August 10th to August 28th, 2022.
The Black Princesses are yet to advance from the group stages since the commencement of the competition.
However, the Swedish-based Ghanaian forward is confident about Ghana’s prospects ahead of the competition.
Sharom further urged Ghanaians to expect ‘fighting will’ from the team as they prepare to make history.
Speaking in an interview with Metro Tv, the Telge United player said, “Ghanaians should expect fighting will. I am going to do everything possibly I can to help us succeed and meet our goals.
Also, reacting to Ghana’s group, Sharom stated, “We’ve seen the group but as I said we’ve been practicing super hard so I think they should be scared of us. We are going to win it,” she ended.
Sharon Esinam Sampson was one of the 31 players called up for the preparations by head coach Ben Fokuo.
On June 12, 2022, the team commenced intensive training at the Ghanaian Soccer Center of Excellence.
In six games in the Swedish Division 2 Women’s League, the forward has four goals and three assists.