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03.02.2009 Football News

Victorious Satellites present trophy to President Atta Mills

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Victorious Satellites present trophy to President Atta Mills

Players, management and technical teams of victorious African U-20 champions, Black Satellites on Tuesday arrived in Accra on Tuesday from Rwanda, and later presented the trophy to President John Evans Atta Mills at the Castle, Osu, in Accra.

The President warmly received the team and congratulated the players on their spectacular performance in the tournament.

”On behalf of the people of Ghana, we recognize your unique achievement.

“Rest assured that, we'll give you some special bonus for winning this trophy,” President Atta Mills assured the team.

The President, a former Chairman of the Board of Directors of Accra Hearts of Oak praised the Satellites for their unrelenting spirit, which, he said, proved the kind of mettle they were made with.

He paid tribute to the past government for initiating the process that

led to the victory of the gallant boys.
President Atta Mills said the Satellites had done, not only themselves

honour by the triumph but also their families, friends and the nation.

“Ghana thanks you,'' the President said.
Satellites Skipper, Dede Ayew said the team was happy to have brought the cup home.

He expressed thanks to the President for giving them the qualification bonus and said the team would work hard to clinch the World Under-20 tournament scheduled for Egypt next September.

The Satellites Coach, Sellas Tetteh said the win showed the determination of the boys to win the World Cup.

It was also a mark for many of the boys to graduate into the senior team, Black Stars and prepare for the World Cup next year.

dsc 7553 from the left is head coach of the satellite dede ayew pele presenting the beautiful cup they won in rwanda to president mills at the castle

dsc 7623 from left coach silas mssage and e capatain of black satellites ayww dede handing over the huge cup f0r keeps to the president mills of ghana