There has been a noise from a part of Ghanaian football fans to quick track the victorious Black Satellite crew into the Black Stars as was done in 2010.
Effectively around five players have supposedly been reserved for a spot in the Black Stars yet previous Black Stars player Sam Johnson otherwise known as Foyoo might suspect these players are not ready for Black Stars and ought to be given the required chance to develop.
The five players being considered for the Black Stars Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers are the competition's best player and playmaker Abdul Fatawu Issahaku, goalkeeper Danlad Ibrahim, free-kick subject matter expert, Percious Boah, Samuel Abbey-Ashie Quaye and Philemon Baffour.
As indicated by Sam Johnson, their best exhibition in the competition came in the finals against Uganda and unmistakably are not sufficient for the Black Stars.
"The best presentation of the U20 turns out to be the last game against Uganda.
"Their presentation in the other gathering games were not the awesome," Johnson revealed to Space fm.
"Notwithstanding, I disagree with individuals who are pushing them [Black Satellites players] to the senior public group, the Black Stars.
"They should be experienced very well before we think about driving them into the Black Stars." He revealed to Space FM.
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