Tough AAG draws for Meteors, Queens

Meteors’ coach, Malik Jabir – Tough task ahead

Meteors’ coach, Malik Jabir – Tough task ahead

Ghana’s U-23 team will face Nigeria, Egypt and Senegal in Group B of the upcoming All African Games to be staged in Congo.

The Black Meteors sealed qualification to the competition after beating Mozambique by a 2-1 aggregate.

And Coach Malik Jabir’s side who are the defending champions will aim to replicate their achievements at the 2011 edition of the competition which took place in Maputo.

But they will first have to scale over their opponents in the group stage to move closer to the target.

The Competition which will be held in Brazzaville will also see hosts Congo are also in Group A alongside Zimbabwe, Burkina Faso.

In the Women’s event, the Black Queens have been placed in a tough which comprises of teams like Cameroon, South Africa and and Egypt.

In the Women’s event, the Black Queens have been placed in a tough which comprises of teams like Cameroon, South Africa and and Egypt.

*Ashantigold have made known their intention of pulling out of any organized competition by the Ghana League Clubs Association.

The miners are angry with the lack of ‘respect’ shown by the leadership of the club’s umbrella body following their late decision to replace them with Kotoko during their 2015 President Cup.

The Ghanaian league leaders say they were not notified of the decision of GHALCA to kick them out in preference for Kotoko after they were notified originally to play Hearts.

The club has served notice it will not participate in any organized competition unless their pre-financed hotel bills are reimbursed.

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