Coach Karim Zito said the Black Satellites are poised to win tomorrow’s game against Cameroon to write their names into the history books of Ghana.
He was speaking ahead of Ghana’s quarter finals encounter with Cameroon in the ongoing Afcon U-20 Championship in Mauritania.
He spoked on a number of issues in that pre-match conference.
Coach Zito: We’ve also psyched our boys
that when you play for Ghana they
should be ready to play well at every time
“We have also reminded them that they
can add their names to the history of
Ghana as the team that qualified Ghana
to the U20 AFCON this year and excelled.”
“We know they are the only team with
100% record so far in the competition
but any Ghana and Cameroon is not easy”
“It’s going to be an interesting game
tomorrow and it will be an explosive
game of football. Sometimes it takes
losing a game to reawaken you. I can
assure you that after our team meetings
and all what we’ve discussed, the boys
are ready for the game against
Coach Zito was asked on what to expect from
He said “Cameroon is a football nation just as we
are. Our games are unpredictable. We
are going in to win. We will do a lot of
amendments to our game and ensure
that we win the game”
Coach Zito on how ready his team is?
“mentally Football has its dos and dont’s and there
are factors that affect performance. The
weather affected us because we had
little time to acclimatize to the weather.
But despite all factors we are poised to
Coach Zito on Cameroon’s adaptability
to with the pitch:
“It’s still an Astro pitch and they may be
comfortable because they have played
all their games here but we are here to
play football and to secure a win.
Mauritania has been here as hosts but
they were eliminated”
Coach Karim Zito on injuries:
We had a few injury situations. Four players got knocks from the last game. And from the
advise we are getting from our doctors, they may not be able to play against Cameroon.”
He believes Ghana has learnt a lot from their defeat against Gambia, and will play with all their mights tomorrow.
By Saaka Yakubu Issah