Black Queens midfielder Jennifer Cudjoe is bracing herself for a grueling showdown against their Rwandan counterparts in today’s 2024 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations (WAFCON) qualifier, set to unfold at the electric Kigali Pelé Stadium in Nyamirambo.
At 29 years, Cudjoe recognises that every opponent presents a unique challenge, emphasising the perils of underestimating the Rwandan team, She-Amavubi.
In a pre-match interview, she shared her thoughts, stating that the high-stakes match was not a walk in the park, as some might assume.
“Each team brings its own distinct style.
I am prepared and my teammates are also ready to continue winning to be in the AFCON,” she said in a pre-match interview.
Despite acknowledging the formidable task at hand, Cudjoe assured fans of the Black Queens’ readiness to fight tooth and nail to achieve the desired outcome when the referee’s final whistle blows.
“From what I have seen, everyone is geared up and we simply need to replicate our winning formula from previous matches.”
She called for support from Ghanaians saying, “I hope all our fans will give us the needed support.”