The U20 Ghana forward Percious Boah trust his group will win the U20 Africa Cup of Nations title and obtain the achievement by their forerunners when they play Uganda this weekend.
The West Africans beats the Gambia by a solitary goal to secure their place in the final where they’ll play the Hippos who beats Tunisia 4-1 in the last four. The teenager trust his charges have what it takes to win the award for the first time since 2009.
“I believe that as a team we have what it takes to fight for this trophy. We have the motivation and the will to fight for it. We know it is tough but we will give it our all,” Boah told Caf Online.
“We want to repeat the same feat achieved by those who were before us. They inspire us to do well and put Ghana’s name up. Hopefully, all of us can progress from here and move our careers up.”
“I have never met [Ayew] personally but one day I hope to meet him and shake his hand when the time is right. I watch him play for the Black Stars and his club too and he really inspires me a lot in the way he plays and what he has achieved in his career. I would like to follow in his footsteps and also play for a big team in the world.”