Black Satellites

AYC Qualifier: Black Satellites Ready For Senegal Test


The national U-20 male side, Black Satellites are in Senegal for their African Youth Championship qualifier on Saturday.

The team which edged past Ethiopia in the last qualifiers will play as guest to their Senegalese counterparts on Saturday in the first leg of the qualifier before hosting them two weeks later.

Made up of 18 players, technical team members and officials, the squad which arrived in Senegal on Wednesday afternoon trained at the Demba Diop Stadium on Thursday, venue for the match as they put final touches to their formations and strategies ahead of the game.

The Ghana squad which includes 18 players,

The 2015 bronze medalists beat Ethiopia 5-2 aggregate to set a date with the last edition’s runners up.

Coach Mas Ud Dramani took his team through Thursday’s session with all players actively taking part in the training..

The match has been scheduled for the Demba Diop Stadium in Dakar on Saturday at 5pm local time.

The Black Satellites 18-man squad includes:

1. Kwame Baah – Inter Allies

2. Benjamin Asiedu – Wa All Stars

3.Kingsley Fobi – Right to Dream

4. Daniel Amoah – Medeama

5. Nicholas Opoku – Berekum Chelsea

6. Ishaku Konda – Wa All Stars

7. Nuhu Musah – New Edubiase

8. Yaw Yeboah – Lille, France

9. Mohammed Amando – Wa All Stars

10. Charles Boateng – WAFA

11. Evans Mensah – Inter Allies

12. Dada Mohammed – Asante Kotoko

13. Enoc Adu – Right to Dream

14. Michel Otou – Unistar Academy

15. Jonah Osabutey – Tema Youth

16. Moses Sarpong – Medeama

17. Salim Babawo – Hasaacas

18. Emmanuel Yeboah – Medeama

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