Black Queens defender, Linda Eshun has said the team is under no pressure to deliver as they kickstart the Paris 2024 Olympic Games qualifiers.

Linda made these assertions when she was queried on whether the team is under pressure looking at how the Men U-23 missed out on an Olympics ticket in Morocco.

“I believe our men U-23 did well. This is football and anything could happen in football, yeah, they did their best,” she said as reported by the Ghana FA website.

“They did whatever they have to do to qualify but unfortunately, it didn’t go as planned. For the Black Queens, we are not under any pressure like I said, this is football.

“We play to win as we all want to aim high. Again we want to go forward too. My coach, Nora has brought in so many things into Black Queens to push us forward and to be competitive.

“Everyone is working hard and fighting for a position. So I think she has been very helpful to the Black Queens course,” he added.

The Hasaacas captain also added that the team is focused and only need the support of Ghanaians to deliver in this Olympic campaign.

The first leg of the qualifiers will be played between July 10 to 18th. The Black Queens are hoping to secure one of the tickets to the Olympic Games next year in Paris.

Source: Modernghana

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