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Black Starlets begin camping on Monday

Black Starlets to begin camping Monday 28th June, 2021.

Head Coach of the Starlets, Maxwell Konadu has invited thirty players for camping at the Ghanaman Centre of Excellence.

This is part of the exercise to build a strong male U-17 national team for future competitions.

A number of the players are drawn from the U-15 team with others selected from scouting by the coach.

Another batch is expected to be called up after this phase.

The invited players are:

Saaba Kelvin (Dansoman Barcelona Academy), Zulka Massaoud (Young Goldfields), Umar Farouk (Baffuor Soccer Academy).

Saad Mohammed (Tafo Opera FC), Rashid Abdul Adam (Bernad Ajax Academy), Felix Osei Agyemang (Abrepo New Castle FC), Felix Konadu Yiadom (Baffuor Soccer Academy – Sunyani), Francis Mensah (Akosombo Krystal Palace), Isaac Baffoe (Young Apostles), Owusu Antwi (Akosombo Krystal Palace), Akwasi Bentil (Heart of Lions), John Batigi (Cheeter FC), Mustapha Abu (Techiman Liberty), Kelvin Ofosu (Ozil FC), Jude Lekuu (Sharp Arrows), Nathaniel Awaitey (Golden Kicks), Aboagye Rabi (Bekwai Youth Academy), and Abdul Abubakar Gafaru (Vision FC).

The rest are Bright Aklie (Semper-Fi Academy), Ibrahim Mohammed (Rising Stars), Alidu Abdul Rauf (Still Believe FC), Enoch Anyare (Asokwa Deportivo), Okyere James (Koforidua Suhyen FC), Alidu Samuaila, Abdul Kudus Shama (Mountain Movers), Mohammed Ibrahim (Ebony Babies), Foster Apetorgbor (Asekem FC), Ewuah Solomon (Huracan FC), Gado Abubakar (Zilina FC), and Ibrahim Mohammed (Rising Stars).

Konadu, a former Ghana striker replaces Ben Fokuo who has been appointed as Black Princesses head trainer.

Coach Maxwell konadu is working hard with his assistant coaches Winfred Dormon and Ignatius Osei-Fosu.

Others Black Starlets Technical team members include:

 

George Owoo – Goal Keepers Trainer

Yussif Andani – Team Doctor

Mensah Agbovor – Welfare Officer

Albert Evedzi – Physiotherapist

Abduali Zakari – Masseur

Baba Aluta Equipment Officer.

Maxwell konadu is optimistic of building a formidable team that would dominate Africa and the world football after the Black Starlets failed to progress in the WAFU ZONE B U-17 youth tournament last edition at Togo.

 

By Roger Emmanuel|Myxyzonline.com|Ghana

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