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Glory days of Hasaacas Ladies is not over – Evelyn Nsiah Asare insists

Chief Executive Officer of Hasaacas Ladies Football Club, Evelyn Nsiah Asare, has stated that the former Ghanaian Womens champions has all it takes to restore the club’s lost fortunes.

Madam Nsiah Asare believes the glory days of the fast-growing Western Region-based side is not over therefore, their recent dip in form would soon become a thing of the past.

File Photo: Evelyn Nsiah Asare

The CEO’s remarks came on the back of the clubs recently poor performance leading to their failure to win the Malta Guinness Women’s Premier League on two consecutive seasons. Hasaacas Ladies on those occasions missed out on the league titles to Ampem Darkoa Ladies.

Speaking in an interview with Accra-based Citi FM and monitored by Getsportsgh.com, Madam Evelyn Nsiah Asare said the recent non-performance of Hasaacas Ladies is attributed to the mass player exodus that hit the club following its participating in the maiden edition of the CAF Women’s Champions League.

However, she is adamant the team will bounce back, citing great potentials to push the once great feared side to the top in both domestic football and on the continent at large.

“The players we took to the Champions League were the players who had been playing together for more than three years and we had a solid team. Just after the tournament about 14 players left us and we haven’t been able to replace them.

I believe that last season we went in for younger girls they are coming up and I know this season they will do something different,” the CEO assures.

According to her “It isn’t an end to an era” emphasising that “in Women’s football, you groom and three, four years later they are able to perform.”

A situation the former Kumasi Asante Kotoko Board Member added that she “believe with time, Hasaacas will come back.”

Hasaacas Ladies finished as runners-up to Mamelodi Sundowns womens team in the maiden edition of the CAF Women’s Champions League and has as many as 14 players leave to foreign based clubs.

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