By Ameenu Shardow
Ghana U20 coach Sellas Tetteh says he feels no pressure leading the side to the African Youth Championships for the second time.
The ex Rwanda coach is looking to inspire another historic feat when the Black Satellites begin their campaign later this month in Algeria.
Tetteh was the man at the helm when the team won an historic treble; the WAFU, Africa and World cups in 2009.
The team is currently in Europe for the final phase of their preparations with a modest target of a World Cup qualification in mind.
But the 56-year-old believes once their primary objective is attained, winning the trophy again is well within their means.
“There is no pressure; we have worked together for a pretty long time now,” he said.
“We need to be very patient. Our first objective is to qualify for the World Cup and once that is achieved then we’ll go for the ultimate.
“This is a task. We have done it before and can do it again.”
Ghana is drawn in Group A and will face tournament hosts Algeria, Benin and Egypt.