Ghana U-20 coach Maxwell Konadu is delighted with the team spirit in camp ahead of the African Youth Championship qualifier against Morocco.
The Black Satellites travelled early Wednesday morning to Rabat for the second leg game of the final qualifier.
Ghana is in a very good position to seal qualification to the finals to be hosted in Algeria next year haven taken a commanding 4-1 lead in the first leg played in Tamale.
The team must now protect this healthy advantage in Morocco on Sunday to clinch an important qualification.
And Konadu is satisfied with the general team spirit so far which according to him is necessary for the team’s qualification in Rabat.
“The boys are doing their best now, we only have to keep psyching them up as we always do,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com
“And they are responding very very well especially for those who didn’t make it to Morocco.
“Everybody is giving their support and wishing everybody and the team well.
“That is for me the team spirit that we need in camp and all the boys have shown that they are with the team in spirit.”
Ghana became the first African side to clinch the FIFA U-20 World Cup in 2009 but have since struggled to replicate this feat.