Coach Karim Zito announces Ghana U17 squad to face Togo today Featured
08 Sep

Coach Karim Zito announces Ghana U17 squad to face Togo today

The head coach of the Ghana U17 team, Abdul Karim Zito has named his starting line up to face Togo in the ongoing WAFU B U17 Championship today.
 
The Black Starlets of Ghana will be playing their last group A game against the Togolese U17 side at the Stade Général Seyni Kountché.
 
Ghana shared  spoils with host nation Niger in their first match and a victory or scoring stalemate with Togo will earn them a place in the semis of the tourney.
 
Action Boys' goalkeeper David Kudjo maintained his place in the post with Mohammed Abdul Samed, Nathaniel Adjei, Samed Abdul and skipper 
Alhassan Uzair protect the back line.
 
Trio Eugene Frimpong, Samuel Appiah and Abdul Rashid will be in the heart of midfield for the team this afternoon.
 
Cheetah FC forward Christian Agyemang, Taufiq Shaibu and Sampson Agyapong of WAFA will be leading the attack for the Black Starlets.
 
The match will kickoff at 3:30 PM.
 
Black Starlets Starting lineup
(1) David Kudjo ( Gk)
(13)Mohammed Abdul Samed Karim
(17)Samed Abdul
(5)Nathaniel Adjei
(3)Alhassan Uzair (Captain)
(18)Adjei Frimpong Eugene
(8)Simon Appiah Asamoah
(15)Abdul Rashid Fuseini
(9)Taufiq Shaibu
(19)Christian Agyenim Boateng
(7)Sampson Agyapong
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