Game against Tanzania is crucial to our tournament—Satellites coach


Ghana U-20 (Black Satellites) head coach, Abdul Karim Zito, says their opening game tomorrow against Tanzania will be crucial to the team’s success in the ongoing 2021 U-20 African Cup of Nations in Mauritania.

The game takes place at the Stade Municipal de Nouadhibou at 8 pm GMT with Referee Mehrez Melki (Tunisia) taking charge.

Speaking ahead of the game, Zito emphasized that a win in their first game will give them special motivation going into subsequent ones.

“Seriously, it is a big opportunity for us. If we are able to win the first game, winning the first game gives you the motivation to play ahead. 

”During the WAFU B, we were able to beat Nigeria and that carried us to the semi-finals.

“I won’t say playing Tanzania is a must-win, but winning is our first motto. I cannot talk about Morocco if I have not finished with Tanzania. 

“For now, Tanzania is my headache. If I am able to go through with Tanzania then the rest will follow,” Zito concluded.



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