Assistant coach of Ghana’s U-23 team, Godwin Attram has been speaking about their chances in the upcoming AFCON tournament this month.
The Black Meteors are currently in Cairo to continue preparations ahead of the tournament in Morocco.
“It’s very tough, a country that played in the qualifier and qualified meaning they are very good, you can’t underrate anyone.
“There is no underdog in this tournament, all the countries are there to participate and qualify and we are going with a different mentality, very strong mentality, winning mentality, make sure the country will be safe and qualify to France as the technical head, Ibrahim Tanko always preaches to us.” Godwin Attram told Radio Gold Sports.
Ghana is chasing one of the tickets for the Olympic Games in Paris next year.
The team will play a couple of friendlies before travelling to Morocco, where the tournament will start from June 24.
Ghana is paired in group A against hosts, Morocco, Congo and Guinea
Kamaldeen Sulemana, Ransford-Yeboah Konigsdorffer and Ernest Nuamah will join the team after participating in the AFCON qualifier between Ghana and Madagascar.
The Black Meteors last played at the Olympic Games in Athens 2004 and a top three finish will take the team to Paris.