By Ameenu Shardow
Ghana U-20 coach Maxwell Konadu says he will be making minimal changes to his team for the return leg encounter against Uganda.
The Black Satellites were beaten 3-1 by The Hippos in the first leg of the African Youth Championship qualifier on Saturday in Nakivubo.
The result now leaves Uganda in pole position to progress into the ultimate qualifier for the finals to be hosted by Algeria next year.
But Konadu who remains confident of his team’s chances in the return fixture in a fortnight says he will be tweaking his side just a bit for the game.
“You will see very little changes to the team, maybe one or two,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“The team is good, things didn’t work for us but I am sure we will be able to beat them (Uganda) here.”
The winner of the tie will be meeting either Morocco or Gambia in the final qualifier.