The rise to prominence in the beautiful game of soccer has apparently been understood to begin at a very tender and youthful stages of life. It is in this regard that the world football governing body, FIFA, has instituted the youth tournaments to inculcate the spirit of competitiveness and ensure proper nurturing of talents. The National Under-17 soccer team, nicknamed ‘The Black Starlets’ has so prominently featured in nine (9) of these FIFA tournaments which was first hosted by China in 1985. The Starlets
To ensure parity and an equal playing grounds for football players under certain ages, a medical examination is usually required with certified reports issued by experts to confirm their ages, usually not the exact ages, but between acceptable age brackets to allow them play against teams of equal age range.
The Black Starlets of Ghana have lost 1 - 3 to Cote D’Iviore in the ongoing WAFU Zone B Under 17 tournament, this afternoon. The group B game was tipped to be tough for both teams, but Cote D’Iviore brought their dominance to bear throughout the game. The game started well for both Ghana and Cote D’Iviore, but the former could not hold on to the forth and conceded in the first half. Black Starlets managed to get back into the game with the equalizer in the second half. Afterwards, Cote D’Iviore doubled
Maxwell Konadu, the coach of the Black Starlets, has invited thirty players to camp at the Ghanaman Centre of Excellence. Maxwell Konadu, the coach of the Black Starlets, has invited thirty players to camp at the Ghanaman Centre of Excellence. This is part of a plan to develop a strong male U-17 national squad in preparation for future competitions.
Coach Ben Forkuo has named his final squad for the 2021 WAFU Zone B Cup of Nations in Togo. The Black Starlets coach evaluated over Hundred and Fifty players before coming out with his final squad. Due to the global pandemic, COVID-19, teams have been given a special permission to come into the tournaments with more than twenty one players. Same Bukari of Bolga All Stars, Zaidan Alhassan of New Edubiase United, Abdul Majeed Maswud of Tudu Mighty Jets, Jonas Naafo of Nania FC and Kojo Peprah Oppong of Atram
Black Starlets head coach Ben Forkuo looks ahead to a semi final qualification in WAFU Zone B Tournament, after naming strong side to face Cote D’Iviore this afternoon. With a zeal to score and win, the coach has opted for two attackers upfront, in Abdul Fatawu Issahaku and John Batigi. Meanwhile, Ben Forkuo does not intend to concede any goal, thus settling on two holding midfielders, with one expected to operate as box - to - box. The two midfielders are Felix Agyemang Osei and Jonas Naafo. Two players
Black Starlets educate Ben Fukuo has assured Ghanaians his team of workers will decide one in every of many tickets for the Africa U-17 Cup of Nations subsequent 12 months. The personnel is making prepared for the WAFU Zone B U-17 Cup of Nations, that is a qualifying competition for Africa’s juvenile event. Ghana, time champions didn’t qualify for the competition final 12 months in Tanzania, putting strain on the existing squad to make an study next 12 months’s occasion. The personnel’s preparations
Black Starlets of Ghana drew 1 - 1 with Nigeria in the WAFU Zone B U-17 tournament, Togo. Both teams are located in group B. Ghana got the goal through Abdul Fatawu, whilst Joseph Arumala scored for Nigeria. The game appeared onerous for both teams. Ghana and Nigeria played with urgency from the blast of the whistle. The two sides made an attempt to bolt with the three points, only to split points in the end. Coach Ben Forkuo is hoping to make a huge impact in the competition. At least, a final spot and a qualification
Ghana's U17 side, the Black Starlets, on Thursday drew clear with their Moroccan partners at the Mohammed VI Sports Complex in the second leg of the neighborly experience. An unfortunate Black Starlets side wasted some good objective scoring open doors in the principal half constraining the Moroccans to wrap up in the subsequent half. With a mindful way to deal with the game, the Black Starlets held the Moroccans who forced for the opener in the early minutes of the game. Having scored two objectives under
As part of measures to keep the Black Starlets of Ghana active and in shape, the team has left Ghana for Morocco for training tour and. The idea behind the trip is to keep the team going even though, the team could not qualify for the African Under 17 Cup of Nations. Activities Ahead Of The Team The Black Starlets of Ghana will be based in Casablanca, play two separate friendly matches with the hosting country, Morocco. Players who will still be eligible to play for the Black Starlets have been given the opportunity