Black Satellites captain, Kingsley Fobi says the team expects to return from Senegal with a positive result after their African Youth Championship qualifier which kicks off today at 5:00pm in Dakar.
The U-20 national team captain is confident that his side can get past the Young Lions of Teranga in the last round of qualifiers to book a place in 2017 Africa youth championship slated for Zambia.
The 18-year-old also revealed that the Satellites have enjoyed a fantastic training camp and will head into he game with a clean bill of health.
Fobi in an interview from the team's base in Dakar said they are focused on recording a result in the first leg which will make the second leg in Ghana a mere formality.
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“We have had no problems since arriving, the people have received us well. The team is focused on getting a good result in the encounter,” the Granada player said.
“I”m also happy that there are no injuries in camp ahead of the game. We call on Ghanaians for their support,” he added.
"Training has gone well, what I will say is they should keep on supporting us and praying for us so we get a positive result from the game".