Head coach of Ghana national U-20 team, Sellas Tetteh says he will like to have all his provisional squad in camp before naming his final squad for this year’s World Youth Championship due next month.
The Black Satellites as they are popularly called, has started preparation for the tournament at the Accra Sports Stadium, but only 24 out of the 35 players invited are in around.
With only few days to the competition, Sellas would have liked to have everyone in camp, including his foreign based players, but says there is no cause for alarm because the players around are good.
“We have three of them (foreign based) players around and we’re still working hard to get the rest,” the former Liberty Professionals technical director told Joy FM.
“It is okay when we get the rest but the ones who are here too is okay and we’re working hard towards that. We would have liked to have all of them, but this are some of the challenges you encounter; when you manage and control the challenges, that makes you who you are and we are managing it well.
“We are working around to pick the best.” He said
Sellas Tetteh returned from the UK last week after a stinct with Manchester City.