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Black Satellites To Outdoor New Ghana Jersey In AYC Qualifier Against Algeria On Friday
 
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09-May-2018  
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The Black Satellites will outdoor Ghana’s new national team jersey in their African Youth Championship (U-20) qualifying match against Algeria to be played on Friday May 11.

The National U-20 national team will leave Accra on Wednesday ahead of the first leg tie against their Algerian counterparts in the first leg tie which will be played at the Stade du Julliet in Algiers.

The junior national team will then host the return leg tie between May 18-20 at the Cape Coast Stadium.

Winner of the two-legged tie will face either Gambia or Benin in the third round of the qualifiers for a place in the 2019 African Youth Championship to be staged in Niger next year.


Below is the 18 man squad traveling to Algeria

 
HAMIDU ABDUL FATAWU - Vision FC

UMAR BASIT ABDUL RAMAN - New Edubiase United

MOHAMMED KUDUS - Right To Dream Academy

MENSAH GIDEON - Right To Dream Academy

SADIQ IBRAHAM - Right To Dream Academy

MAXWELL ARTHUR - Dreams FC

ADJETEY DANIEL ADRIAN - Amidaus Professionals

BABAWO SALIW - Dynamo Brest

NURUDEEN ABDUL MANAF - KAS Eupen

ARTHUR JUDE EKOW - Liberty Professionals

IBRAHIM DANLAD - Asante Kotoko SC

KUMAH EMMANUEL - Tudu Mighty Jets

RICHARD DANSO - WAFA SC

KONDA ISSAHAKU - Wa All Stars

SULLEY IBRAHIM - Rising Stars

DAYEGBE PROSPER AHIABU - WAFA SC

HUDU ABDUL HALIK - Hammarby IF

TANKO IBRAHIM - Red Star Belgrade
 
 
 
Source: Ghanasoccernet.com
 
 

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