Hasaacas Ladies Football Club 2021 A–Z: Part One

Hasaacas Ladies Football Club 2021 A–Z: Part One

Here’s a careful look alphabetically on the successes of Hasaacas Ladies Football Club thus far in 2021, starting with A to E…

AIMING FOR THE GOLD

Watching Hasaacas Ladies FC under the year in review and one thing is inevitably evident, how the ladies play; you can see that a mile away.

Already amassed 3 trophies in the cabinet and a 4th, TotalEnergies CAF Women’s Champions League to fight(already into the semifinals) for. There’re two more trophies to battle for in November and December before dropping the curtains on the year 2021.

It has already been a remarkable as well as unforgettable for Hasaacas Ladies Football Club.

BOLD IN ATTACK AND SOLIDARITY IN DEFENSE

Being overall dominant performance, defensive solidarity and a peach-like attacking style making for an awesome campaign for the Giantess.

Already scored 70 goals in 30 games in all competitions participated in; it’s an average of 2.3 goals per game.

In the 30 games played, the defense has allowed 15 goals – average a goal in two games.

COMPETITIONS GALORE

Already done with three competitions, Hasaacas Ladies is currently engaged in the TotalEnergies CAF Women’s Champions League, the 4th competition and there will be GFA Women’s Super-Cup and the First Lady’s Cup scheduled for later November and December 10, 2021 respectively.

Meaning the team will play a total of 36 games and may play a total of 38 games before the Year 2021 ends.

DORIS–ABLE DOOOOOO!

Doris Boaduwaa has found the back of the net the most times for the Yussif Basigi led side.  After playing 25 games, Doris Boaduwaa has directly contributed to 22 goals for the team, scored 15 goals and assisted 7 times.

Since joining the team in 2019, she’s had a full season for the first time. Her debut season in the 2019/2020 invalidated campaign saw her struck 9 goals – an impressive debut for the 18-year-old.

EGYIR-LITY

Egyir remains one of the two players to have started and completed all the 30 games played this season alongside goalkeeper, Grace Banwaa – the two have played a total of 2,700 minutes for the team.

For skipper, Janet Egyir, is an ultimate defender, one which gives you so much in a game you cannot do without. Her impact has always been evident and narrowing it down to this Year alone will be so unfair to her competence – a state of how good she’s been.

Part two to follow soon…

 

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