28 For Satellites’ Camp

sellas tettehThe coach of Black Satellites,Ghana’s U20 team, Sellas Tetteh has called up 28 players to prepare for their final 2015 African Youth Championship qualifier against Gabon.

The players selected are all locally based and were some of the exciting youngsters from last season’s Ghana Premier League.

The team will be camped at the Jerfkings Palace Hotel in Adenta and train at the Presec Park in Legon.

The two-leg third round qualifier will be played in August with the winner advancing to the finals to be staged by Senegal.

The first leg will be played on the weekend of 15-17 August, with the return scheduled for 29-30 August.

Seven winners will join hosts Senegal for the Championship slated for 8-22 March 2015.

Mutawakilu Seidu (Kotoko) Micheal Sai (Berekum Chelsea) Mustapha Odam (Edubiase), Owusu Bempah (Hearts Of Oak), Christopher Bonney (Kotoko)

Hudu Yakubu (Heart of Lions) Patrick Asmah (B. A. Utd) Joe Adjei (Wa All Stars, Joe Aidoo (Inter Allies), Latif Abubarkar (Liberty), Hashmin Musah (R.T.U).

Lawson Sabah (Inter Allies), Kofi Yeboah (Wa All Stars), Kennedy Boateng (Feyenoord), Attobrah Asiedu (Edubiase), Eric Kumi (Hearts of Oak), Prosper Kassim (Inter Allies

Isaac Quansah (Heart Of Lions), Yaw Yeboah (Right To Dream), Paul Asare (Wa All Stars), Sulley Mohammed (King Faisal), Samuel Afful (Hassacass), Dennis Tetteh (Berekum Chelsea), Benjamin Tetteh (Mighty Jets)

Samuel Tetteh (Feyenoord), Noah Martey (Bechem), Francis Adjei (AshantiGold), Prince Boateng (King Faisal).

*Ghanaian international striker Kwame Nsor returned from injury to score in FC Metz’s 3-2 victory over lower-tier side Amniville FC in a pre-season warm-up friendly last Saturday.

The 21-year-old former Ghana U20 forward was in a second-half team fielded by Metz boss Albert Cartier and he impressed scoring the match winner with a brilliant patent finish.

Metz have started their preparations in earnest ahead of the fresh Ligue 1 season as they make a return and Nsor’s return to action will be crucial for them.

However despite scoring, the former Wa All Stars striker said he is yet to regain full fitness.

“Yes I train now but still feel little pains but scoring today urges me on to aim for it,” he said.

The lanky forward underwent a fibula surgery two months ago and could not continue the season for Metz yet he managed to contribute 4 goals to their campaign after rejoining from German side Kaiserslautern.

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