By Patrick Akoto
Ghana’s Under-20 side will return to training on Tuesday ahead of their return leg of the 2013 African Youth qualifier against Uganda.
The Black Satellites have been given a tall mountain to climb after they lost the first leg 3-1 against the Hippos over the weekend.
Headcoach Maxwell Konadu will assemble his squad members on Tuesday as he aims to restore the country to winning ways and ensure they book their passage to the final qualifying round.
The task has been made difficult but the Black assistant coach remains resolute in his belief that his side can take victory by the scruff off the neck to advance at the expense of their East African opponent.
The team will train at the Presbyterian Senior High school park at 16:00 GMT (4pm local time) before they move straight into camping.
The Satellites could play the return leg at the Tamale stadium in a fortnight.
The winner of the tie will play either Morocco or Gabon in September and October.
The 2013 edition of the African Youth Championship will take place in Algeria.