Black Satellites coach Sellas Tetteh has tipped an African side to win the upcoming World Cup in New Zealand.
The 2015 Under-20 World Cup will be played from 30 May to 20 June.
Tetteh, who led Ghana to Africa’s first ever Under-20 World Cup title in 2009, believes a team from Africa has a great chance of winning
“The four teams have shown quality. They can go as far as winning the World Cup,” Tetteh told BBC Sport.
Ghana, Mali, Nigeria and Senegal all qualified for this year’s tournament by reaching the semi-finals of the ongoing African Under-20 Championship.
The African Under-20 Championship will reach its conclusion on 22 March.
Nigeria face Ghana in the last four on Wednesday and on Thursday Mali take on hosts Senegal.
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