- Black Meteors coaching staff travel with team on taxis
- The treatment for Ghana’s U23 side, the Black Meteors has been heavily questioned in recent times
- Many of the players have complained heavily about the condition of the bus the Meteors team travels with
Players and technical team members of the Black Meteors reportedly had to resort to taxis to the airport ahead of their trip to Algeria.
Ghana’s U-23 side will face their Algerian counterparts on Tuesday, September 10 in an all-important Olympic Game qualifier.
The Meteors drew 1-1 with the North Africans in Accra on Friday, September 6 and will need to win the 2nd leg in Algiers to progress to the next stage of the qualifiers.
However, the poor treatment of the team has become a matter of concern, with reports suggesting travel arrangements have equally not been the best.
Footballmadeinghana reports that the technical team was forced to resort to taxis to the airport ahead of the 2nd leg.
According to the report, the playing body was also transported to the airport in a rickety bus, following a weird decision to reduce the number of players from 22 to 18.
Although some players reportedly complained about the condition of the bus, they had no choice than to manage it.
This comes after no official from government or the Normalisation Committee met the team before they played Algeria in the first leg.
There are also reports that some foreign-based players were asked to buy their own tickets to fly to Ghana for the game.
The Black Meteors left Ghana Sunday, September 8 for Ivory Coast, where they are expected to transit for six more hours before landing in Algeria on Monday, September 9.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian boxer Brimah Kamoko popularly known as Bukom Banku has made himself and Ghana proud in the United Kingdom (UK).
The controversial boxer defeated Hungarian opponent, Ferenc Albert to claim his fist professional win outside Ghana.
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