By Ameenu Shardow
Midfielder Frank Sarfo-Gyamfi has secured permission from his club to join the Ghana U-20 for the African Youth Championship qualifier against Morocco.
The Black Satellites travel to Rabat next weekend for the return encounter of the qualifier holding a healthy 4-1 advantage.
Sarfo-Gyamfi who scored the opening goal in that win at the Tamale Sports Stadium was uncertain of his availability for the second leg game.
He however tells GHANAsoccernet.com coach of Maritzburg United Ernst Middendorp has granted him permission to join up with his national teammates in camp after Friday’s Premier League loss to Wits University.
“I have received permission from the coach (Ernst Middendorp) and therefore I will be available for the second leg game against Morocco,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
The 18-year-old’s availability serves as a massive boost for the Ghana U-20 team as coach Maxwell Konadu aims at leading his side to finish the job in Rabat.
A result will confirm Ghana’s qualification at next year’s African Youth Championships to be hosted in Algeria.