Cameroon head coach Alain Wabo has fired the first shot ahead of Sunday's final at the African Youth Championship in Rwanda.
Wabo claims the Satellites will struggle for breathe and strongly believes his side will have a "stroll-in-the park" victory.
The Young Lions dismissed Nigeria 2-0 in the second semi-final match on Wednesday and set up a repeat of the 1993 finals against Ghana.
Ghana truimphed 2-0 to win her first title in Mauritius and went ahead to win silver at the World Cup in Australia.
Both countries played out a one-all draw on the opening day of competition in Group A two-weeks ago.
Wabo has promised hell for the Black Satellites as he expects his team to dominate proceedings and cap it with a win.
" People should go and tell Ghana that they will have a very rough evening on Sunday. They have nowhere to escape to. They will have a bad outing that they will never forget," Wabo said in a post-match interview.
Cameroon are chasing their second title of the competition after victory in 1995.
Wabo believes he has mastered the play of the Ghanaians to truimph on Sunday.
"We will teach Ghana some lessons, because I know how they play and I have studied all their video tapes," he said.
"The play like Nigeria and we know how deal with those tactics."
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