Black Queens goalkeeper, Cynthia Findiib Konlan is looking forward to Ghana’s clash against Guinea this week.
The Queens will face their counterparts from Guinea in a first-leg encounter of the qualifiers for the 2024 Olympic Games on Friday, July 14.
Speaking at a pre-match press conference on Monday, goalkeeper Cynthia Konlan said she feels confident and ready for the opponent.
According to her, the Black Queens are focused on booking a ticket to compete at the 2024 Olympic Games.
“As a goalkeeper, you always need to be ready and as team Black Queens, we work as a team, so we know what we can do it. Our coaches have given us a lot and I believe if we put everything into practice, definitely Guinea will be a step over.
“Our target is to qualify to the Olympics, Paris 2024. So, we are working towards it,” Cynthia Konlan said.
The goalkeeper continued, “As a goalkeeper, I am not under pressure because I don’t need to fear my opponents.”
Ghana will hope to secure a win on Friday in Guinea to make the reverse fixture a mere formality next week.