Black Queens stopgap coach Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo has targeted managing a top European club in the nearest future.
Tagoe led Ghana to lift the maiden WAFU Women’s Cup after they defeated hosts Ivory Coast 1-0 courtesy Janet Egyir’s 2nd minute strike.
The former FIFA Referee became Ghana’s first female coach to lift a trophy.
And now, the ex-international player who has represented Black Queens at a FIFA World Cup, is ready to take up coaching job away from home.
“No, I don’t think I have achieved all my targets yet, there is still a long way to go. Yes I have been able to officiate at the World Cup, played at the World Cup and also won a trophy as a Coach, but that is not all,” she said on GTV’s inquest show.
“There is another thing, which is to Coach a top side in Europe being it male or female side.
“That is one of my ultimate goal and I pray and hope I am able to achieve that,” the 44-year-old concluded.
It remains to be seen whether the Ghana Football Association (GFA) will name the former Ghanian defender as the substantive head coach of the national senior women’s team.