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10.10.2008 Football News

Satellites To Win

Satellites To Win

Black Satellites coach, Sellas Tetteh, is ruing the absence of influential full back, Samuel Inkoom, as the national U-20 team storms Gambia tomorrow morning albeit with a solid squad which includes six foreign-based players.

Contrary to Sellas's wishes, Inkoom, who scored the match winner for the Satellites in their 2-1 first leg victory over the Young Scorpions in Accra, has been drafted into Coach Milovan Rajevac's team for the Stars decider against Lesotho in Sekondi tomorrow.

The Satellites coach, however, took consolation from the fact that another Black Stars material, Agyeman Badu, is still part of his team which is plotting an upset of the Gambians at home.

Also in camp are six foreign-based players — Andre Dede Ayew (Lorient, France), Abeiku Quansah (Nice, France), Jonathan Mensah (Free State Stars, South Africa) and Sadick Adams (Athletico Madrid), Rabiu Mohammed (Spain), Mubarak Wakaso (Spain) who featured in the first leg.

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