Ghana U-20 coach, Karim Zito says the games against Gambia and Morocco will be the toughest for his side in the upcoming Africa U-20 Cup of Nations tournament.
The Black Satellites will face Tanzania, Gambia and Morocco in Group C.
Zito is of the view that football has developed on the continent and there are no minnows in Africa football.
To him, Ghana finds it difficult playing against North African side Morocco and Gambia and he expects that tough opposition when the teams clash in the tournament.
It’s a big challenge and we are hoping to also prove our worth in the competition. Morocco is a team that really disturbs Ghana a lot as well as the Gambia”, he told Happy FM.
“There are no minnows in World football now and we must be worried”.
We are going all out to make Ghana and West Africa proud because we are representing the sub-region. Our target is the ultimate prize”, he added.
Ghana begins its campaign in the tournament against Tanzania in Group C.