The Black Starlets are set to resume preparation for the upcoming sub-regional tournament
A group of 40 players have been called up for Ghana camping ahead of the 2020 Wafu Cup Cup of Nations in Benin.
The team will assemble at the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Technical Centre on September 15, according to a publication on the governing body’s official website on Tuesday.
They will become the fourth Ghana national side to commence camping despite a standing ban on all contact sports, including football, due to the coronavirus pandemic. The male U20 team and the female U17 and U20 outfits are already in camp.
With the sub-regional championship set to serve as qualifiers for the 2021 Africa U17 Cup of Nations in Morocco, Ghana coach Ben Fokuo is hoping to leave no stone unturned in their preparations.
The African championship will, in turn, be used as qualifiers for the U17 World Cup later next year
The Black Starlets are eyeing a return to Afcon after missing out on the last gathering in Tanzania.
They last appeared at the World Cup at India 2017 when they exited the tournament at the quarter-final stage.
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