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Afcon U20: 'Uganda need tactical discipline against Ghana in final' - Byekwaso

Uganda lead trainer Morley Byekwaso has called for strategic control when they take on Ghana during the U20 Africa Cup of Nations last in Mauritania. 

Byekwaso recognizes the should be focused as he says Ghana will be a solid rival for his young men. 

"It will be an intense game since we will play a solid, strategic group with a ton of involvement with this competition, yet we are prepared to play. We don't have anything to lose and we just need to play great, whoever plays well will require the day," Byekwaso revealed to Caf Online. 

"We need to have heaps of strategic order since we realize how solid and actual they are and how acceptable they are ready. In the event that we read the adversary right and get ready well for them, I realize we will succeed." 

Uganda's commander Gavin Kizito said they are not under a specific tension as they face the lesser Ghanaians. 

"We are not under any tension as a group and players coming into this match," the youth said. "We have played five games up until this point and we have progressed admirably. We need to simply take it smoothly and as players, we accept whenever we are fit we will be prepared to confront any test. 

"We are prepared for the last and we realize we will confront an intense group however we will be all out to win." 

On his part, Ghana's mentor Abdul Karim Zito said they ought not put money on history as they take on the Cecafa champions on Saturday night. 

"The way that we have won this title before is previously," Zito said. "Presently we need to take a gander at the present. We are quick to take this cup and the main motivation is that Ghanaian individuals confided in us and sent us here and it would not be legitimate in the event that we give them a present particularly on the day Ghana is commending its birthday. 

"In Africa now, there are no huge names or little names. Every nation is improving and we realize Uganda will be an intense rival. They beat Tunisia 4-1 and it was not karma. They played well and we won't underestimate them." 

Emmanuel Duah, Ghana's striker, expressed how they are motivated by their incredible players. 

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"We realize that any semblance of Dede Ayew left a mark on the world for Ghana, however we are not depending on that. It is the ideal opportunity for us in the current group to likewise compose our names throughout the entire existence of Ghana," said the forward. 

"We are here for a definitive and the best inspiration is that we are playing on the day that Ghana is commending its freedom. The disposition and inspiration we come into the game with are totally different on the grounds that we need to win it for our homeland." 

Ghana arrived at the last by beating the Gambia 1-0

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