Black Satellites coach Jimmy Cobblah has expressed his confidence ahead of their second leg Africa Youth Championship qualifier clash against Algeria on Sunday.
The one-time world champions will go into the game on the back of a goalless stalemate against the Fennec Foxes in Algiers last week.
Speaking to Ohene Bampoe-Brenya on Happy FM‘s Anopa Bosuo Sports, the former Wa All Stars gaffer is buoyant about their chances of picking the sole ticket to the next round of the qualifiers.
“We are in very high spirits. The boys are aware of what is at stake so everyone is focus and determined,” Cobblah confidently stated on Happy FM.
“We went to Algeria with 18 but we have invited other players including Samuel Atta Mensah from Germany to be part of the team.”
“We have slight injury situation in camp but the medical team are doing their best, it’s not a serious injury. I’m counting on every single player to make himself and the nation proud in the return match on Sunday.
“I was a bit lucky to have coach some big clubs in Ghana and Togo so there’s no really a difference between the national team and club sides.”
Ghana will need to record a win in regulation time to advance to the final hurdle of qualifiers.
The much anticipated match is scheduled to come off at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium on Sunday, May 20.
By: Perry Baka