Defender Nathaniel Adjei upbeat about Starlets about qualification chances after their 2-0 win over Togo.
Black Starlets, won their second game of the AFCON 2019 qualification after a goalless draw game against Niger. Ghana currently sit top of Group A with 4 points in the WAFU U-17 Zone B championship.
But the deputy skipper is upbeat about their chances against Ivory Coast. “Our mood is the same as the first and second game, the objective is clear.
“We are not taking any chances.” The central defender told ghanafootballonline.
He continued, “we’re taking it a game at a time so not to get carried away. The coach has warned us against complacency ahead of the last group game.”
“We can’t get ahead of ourselves at the moment, we’re very optimistic but cautious as we aim to clinch the sole slot from the zone.”
This the format is the first of its kind introduced by the Confederation of African Football and is expected to increase participation at the youth level in the to enhance the exposure level.
Winners from all all the zones will qualifiers for the 2019 U-17 African Cup of Nations to be hosted by Tanzania.