Athletics Information of Monday, 11 January 2021
Source: Ghana Soccernet
Black Starlets mentor Ben Fokuo has reported the group is centered on reaching its goal and they are not likely to disappoint.
The nationwide U17 male group held the traveling Eagles of Nigeria to a 1-1 draw in their group opener in the ongoing WAFU U17 Cup of Nations tournament in Togo.
The flying Eagles took the direct by substitute Joseph Arumala in the 83rd moment following changing a penalty pursuing a foul on striker Abdullahi Ahmed.
Ghana captain Abdul Fatawu who had an fantastic match scored from the spot following Samuel Boakye was fouled in the box by Nigeria goalkeeper Future Emuwahen.
The Ivorians guide Team B with a few points soon after their 1- acquire towards Nigeria in their opening game.
Ghana will have to steer clear of a defeat from Ivory Coastline in their up coming recreation to development to the past 4 of the levels of competition.
Speaking in an interview, Mentor Ben Fokuo reported the goal established by the crew is to protected qualification to the AFCON event and the team have to win from Ivory Coastline on Tuesday.
“We will need to earn and we are geared up for every single nation so much as I am involved. As I stated previously, the spirit in the camp, the aim of the gamers, the psychological edge and the psychological toughness and anything is in location.
“Our concentrate on is to qualify to the AFCON, that is our primary focus on. That will make us shift forward to the AFCON and the Globe Cup. It is been a extended time considering that we performed at the AFCON and the Entire world Cup so our goal is to qualify for the AFCON and ideally the World Cup in future”.
Mentor Fokuo also urged Ghanaians to hope more from this present-day countrywide U17 group.
“My concept to Ghanaians is that they need to view out for this U-17 workforce, the abilities they have, we will go sites. They must think in these players they should hold on supporting us with all their spirit and #bringbackthelove. We are not likely to disappoint any Ghanaian”.
The Black Starlets want to steer clear of defeat versus Cote D’Ivoire to make it to the next round of the levels of competition.