Starlets get national camp busy

17 years ago

The national camp gets busy as some thirty-seven junior team players return to the Ghanaman Soccer Centre for Excellence in Prampram for preparations ahead of next year’s African U-17 Championship.

This is the first call up of Ghana’s under-17 side to camp after qualifying at the expense of the Ivory Coast this month for the biannual youth competition to be hosted by Togo in March 2007.

The players retuned to camp on Friday as they commence preparation beginning Saturday morning under the Black Starlets backroom staff.

Of the lot, Reading FC’s Kelvin Owusu Bossman is the only foreign layer in the tall list of selected players.

The English-based player has been part of the Black Starlets set u since their qualifying campaign.

Players called up to the national camp are:

Abraham Hoenyedzi (Ken Harrison Babies) David Dadzie (Nungua United) Philip Adu (Maxbees FC) Charles Enterm (Nungua United) Ali Ibrahim (Ali Jaraa Academy) Stephen Owusu Ansah (AshantiGold) Paul Addo (Fairpoint FC) Daniel Opare (AshantiGold) Philip Boampong (Maxbees) Samuel Ayisi (Seven United) Eric Opoku (Corners Babies) Pero Gwalla (Catholic Stars) Moses Otiboe (International Allies) Aminu Ishmael (Wa All Stars) Abdul Naza Alhassan (Maxbees FC) Enoch Ebo Andoh (Corner Babies) Omar Nuhu Bello (Bofoakwa Tano) William Owusu (Nania FC) Alhassan Meisuna.

Others are:

Emmanuel Burkason (Kessben FC) Ben Owusu (Berekum Arsenals) Suraju Ibrahim (Wa All Stars) Adu Kofi (Corners Babies) Sulley Issaka (Chicago Babies) Ransford Osei (Kessben Academy) Sadick Adams (AshaniGold) Nathaniel Asamoah (Subway FC) Abeiku Quansah (Windy Professionals) Imoro Adams (Semeraka FC) Eric Mensah (Nikwab Professionals) Kelvin Owusu Bossman (Reading FC).

The rest are:

David Addotey (Jen FC) Nana Yaw Sarfo (AshGold Stars) Ishmael Yartey (Gamba All Blacks) Abraham Fuseini (Wa All Stars) Francis Nanabayin (Todd Babies) Kwadwo Amofa (Staling Academy).