Posted On Saturday, 6th October 2012
By Ameenu Shardow
Winger Frank Sarfo-Gyamfi is looking to score again for the Ghana U-20 team in the African Youth Championship qualifier against Morocco.
The Black Satellites battle the Moroccans in the return leg of the ultimate qualifier in Rabat on Sunday.
Ghana goes into the clash with a healthy 4-1 lead secured in the first leg match played a fortnight ago in Tamale.
Sarfo-Gyamfi who plays in the South African top flight with Maritzburg United opened the scoring for Ghana in the resounding first leg win.
He is now looking to repeat the dose in the return leg – drawing inspiration from his Maritzburg United coach Ernst Middendorp.
“That is my wish (to score again). And even Middendorp (Ernst) told me I have to score in both the home and away game,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“So I have to make sure I deliver for the nation against Morocco on Sunday.”
Ghana are favourites to qualify for the finals to be hosted next year in Algeria.
The Black Satellites are fighting to regain the spark that made them Africa and World Champions in 2009.