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Deputy Black Meteors coach Michael Osei assures Ghanaians of team’s readiness for U-23 Africa Cup of Nations

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The Black Meteors of Ghana are set to compete in the U-23 Africa Cup of Nations scheduled to take place in Morocco later this year, with the aim of securing a spot in the next Olympic Games. The team’s deputy coach, Michael Osei, has urged Ghanaians to be optimistic about the team’s chances of success in the tournament.

Ghana has been absent from the Olympic Games since 2004, and the team is determined to make a return having narrowly missed out four years ago. The team secured qualification for the tournament in March, beating their Algerian counterparts with a 2-1 aggregate scoreline in a doubleheader in the last round of qualifiers.

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Osei expressed his confidence in the team’s ability to secure qualification for the Olympic Games, noting that they have one of the best coaches and a leader in Ibrahim Tanko. The rest of the technical team, including Godwin Attram and Ablade Kumah, are also doing well. The deputy coach believes that with their experience in the game and the tournament, the team will do everything possible to qualify for the Olympic games.

According to Osei, the team’s mission is to build a team for the future and the Black Stars, and they will try to get the best players for the tournament. The team will extend invitations to all players at every level of the national team who deserve to play to strengthen the team.

Ghana has been drawn in Group A with host Morocco, Congo, and Guinea in the championship which starts on June 24 and ends on July 8. The Black Meteors will face tough competition, but Osei believes that the team has enough quality to secure a spot in the next Olympic Games.

For the most part, Ghanaians are hopeful that the Black Meteors will perform well in the tournament and qualify for the Olympic Games. The team’s absence from the Olympics for almost two decades has been a cause for concern, but the team is determined to make a return. With the experienced technical team and quality players, the team is poised to make a mark in the tournament. In a nutshell, the Black Meteors are ready to do Ghana proud in Morocco.

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