M’bour, Mar. 14, GNA – Black Satellites’ coach, Sellas Tetteh has described Mali as a perfect opponent with both teams set to meet on Sunday to decide who lead Group B.
The two teams are tied on six points after winning their respective first two matches ahead of the encounter scheduled for the Caroline Faye Stadium in M’bour.
Tetteh, the only coach to have won the World Youth Champions (WYC), with an African team and for the continent said ‘We need a team that will expose us to our weaknesses and strength.
‘Going into the semi-finals, Mali is a perfect opponents for us. The level of play in this group has been awesome.”
Despite winning his first two matches, 2-0 over South Africa and a further 2-1 over Zambia, Tetteh insists “We have experienced some anxious moments so far and I think it is good for us.”
He hinted he may ring changes in his line-up. “We are ready for any team and all my players here are capable to play so we could make some changes to the team.”
Ghana is chasing a fourth continental glory with her last trophy coming in 2009 where the Satellites went ahead to conquer the globe at the tournament hosted by Egypt.
(By Veronica Commey, GNA. Courtesy Global Haulage Co. Ltd)
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