Management member for Ghana’s U-20 team, Albert Commey has explained the rationale behind the 70 players who were invited to begin preparations ahead of the team’s WAFU “B” U-20 qualifiers.
The Black Satellites will begin preparation in earnest for the WAFU ‘B’ U-20 qualification tournament to be hosted by neighbouring country, Togo.
The former Aduana CEO supervised the call ups of up to 70 players from the Premier League and Division One in the run-up to a training camp. The number has generated massive conversation among football fans.
“When the league started the coach was looking at players in the Premier League and Division One. They wanted to follow the graduation process so all players that played for the national U-17 team have also been invited reason why the number has increased”, he told Happy FM.
In a statement released by the GFA, the invited players have been divided into two groups( 70 players in each group) to ensure that all players identified for the pre-selection process undergo the mandatory COVID-19 testing which would be conducted twice at the GFA Technical centre.
By Yaw Ofosu Larbi|3News.com|Ghana