By Ameenu Shardow
Ghana U-20 coach Orlando Wellington says he will constitute his final team for the African Youth Championship qualifiers early next month.
Several players have over the past months been tried in various positions of the Black Satellites team with the aim of securing a solid side for next month’s qualifier against Uganda.
The technical team is currently engaged in a justify-your-inclusion exercise for the foreign-based players at the Presec Park in Legon.
The three-day exercise is to afford the coaches a rare opportunity to work closely with the players for possible selection to augment the local stars.
And after several months of trial events, Wellington believes he is gradually edging closer to his final team which he will confirm after an international friendly game with Egypt in July.
“I think by early next month we will have the team because we have a friendly match with Egypt,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“From there we are ready sure of having a team to play the Egyptians and then subsequently the qualifiers.”
The Black Satelites are looking to reclaim its glory after recent poor results.
The team made history by winning Africa’s first World Cup in the age-bound competition three years ago in Egypt.