The game is a final round qualifier for the FIFA U-17 World Cup to be hosted by India in October. The first leg comes up at 3:00pm today with the second leg a fortnight time in Morocco. Baba Nuhu is Black Maidens head coach.
“It is a game that is of equal, both teams have equal chances. “I’m only assuring Ghanaians that at the end of the ninety minutes, we shall come out victorious. “I know they have a good team because playing and getting this far meaning they are not pushovers.
“But then we have played a couple of matches, we have been able to win all the matches and here we are. “That’s why I said we have equal opportunities and strength so definitely I know my team and by the end of the ninety minutes we shall win the end of the encounter.” Baba Nuhu told Radio Gold TalkSport.
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