AFCON U-20: Black Satellites Returns To Training Ahead Of Gambia Clash

    The Black Satellites return to the training on Sunday as they prepare for Monday’s final Group C match against The Gambia.

    Coach Karim Zito is expected to supervise a double training session (Morning and Evening) on Sunday.

    Ahead of Monday’s game which the head coach has described as a must-win, all players will take part in the session with the exception of Sampson Agyepong who suffered an injury in the last game against Morocco. 

    The team held a recovery session at the beach on Saturday afternoon where the Coaches also did a quick analysis of the last game.

    A win for the Black Satellites will ensure a top spot for Ghana in Group C and qualification to the quarterfinals of the competition.

    Second- placed Morocco will face Tanzania in the other Group A clash.

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