Ghana names 35 players for Black Starlets camp

Ghana names 35 players for Black Starlets camp

- 35 players have been named by Paa Kwasi Fabian to form the Black Starlets

- The players must pass all medical tests required by the FA medical team

- The FA also invited players who excelled at the Airtel Rising stars competition

Ghana names 35 players for Black Starlets camp

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Ghana U-17 Coach Paa Kwesi Fabin has selected thirty- five young talents to form the nucleus of the National U-17 male team.

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They must however pass all medical tests required by the FA medical team and the technical team as well. This has been made possible after weeks of touring the country to get a number of talented players.

The exercise also took the Technical team to various football academies all over the region. The GFA also invited players who excelled at the Airtel Rising stars competition to avail themselves for the technical team to look at them.

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Below are the players who made the final National U-17 squad list:

GOALKEEPERS

1. Mathew Tigasi

2. Tawfik Yahuza

3. Bukari Abdul Rafui

4. Ibrahim Selly Seydou

5. Frederick Asare

DEFENDERS

6. Faisal Osman

7. Abdul Razak Yussif

8. Gideon Acquah

9. Benjamin Aloma

10. Paul Tetteh Addour

11. Najeeb Yakubu

12. Stephen Boye

13. Samuel Taylor

14. Seydou Issaka

15. Omar Farouk

MIDFIELDERS

16. Frederick Agyeman

17.  Kwadwo Asamoah

18. Emmanuel Toku

19. Rashid Ibrahim

20. Obed Yankey

21. Emmanuel Kuvedu

22. Eric Ayiah

23. Nuhu Sule

24. Silas Kyeremeh

25. Obed Appiah

26. Ibrahim Appiah

27. David Ayi Akwetey

28. Abdul Halik Hudu

29. Mohammed Iddriss

ATTACKERS

30. Sylvester Simba

31. Aziz Abdul Yakubu

32. David Cudjoe

33. Abubakar Lawal

34.Aminu Mohammed

35. Ibrahim Sulley

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