Nora Hauptle appointed new Ghana coach

Nora Hauptle appointed new Ghana coach

by Staff Reporter

Wednesday Jan 11, 2023. 17:00

The Ghanaian Football Association (GFA) have announced that Nora Hauptle has been appointed as head coach of the Black Queens.

The Swiss tactician has replaced Mercy Quarcoe Tagoe who left the role following the country’s failure to qualify for the 2022 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations.

The GFA released the following statement regarding Hauptle’s appointment.

“Nora Häuptle has been appointed as the Head Coach of the senior Women’s national team – otherwise known as Black Queens,” a statement read.

“The 39-year-old former Swiss International is a product of the University of Bern where she attained her Masters in Sports Sciences – also a Bachelor of Philosophy and Minor in Theatre Sciences.

“Nora holds a UEFA Pro Licence certificate and has previously worked as an Instructor for the Swiss Football Association.”

She has worked as an Instructor for the Swiss Football Association and Israeli Football Association as head coach and women’s director for the national team.

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