Ghana-Cameroon Fit For Caf U20 Final


    The Chairman of Ghana’s Under-20 management committee Jordan Anagbla has predicted another Ghana-Cameroon final at this year’s African Youth Championship in Libya.
    Both teams have been drawn in the same group for the second successive time. Ghana drew 1-1 in opener at the 2009 edition in Rwanda before beating them 2-0 in the final to lift the trophy under Sellas Tetteh.
    But the two powerhouses must also overcome West African rivals Nigeria and Gambia in Group B. The Black Satellites are expected to embark on a training tour of Parma, Italy before flying out to Libya.
    Anagbla told Citi FM: “It’s the same old story and it looks going Ghana-Cameroon will be in the final. Yes we’re the defending champions and we know there will be pressure on us to deliver but I’m confident of winning the title again’.
    “We have a strong team and I believe this current set-up will be eager to emulate the shining example of their predecessors and will also want to be counted among the best on the African continent. We are the champions and any country that wants to win it in 2011 must certainly beat us.”
    The tournament takes place from 18 March to 1 April and the four semi-finalists will qualify for the Fifa Under-20 World Cup finals in Columbia later in the year.