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Ghana’s football heritage proved instrumental in clinching the gold – Black Satellites coach


Black Satellites' Desmond Ofei, has credited the team’s triumph in the U-20 football competition at the thirteenth African Games to the special football style and approach known as the Ghana football DNA.


At the Accra Sports Stadium, Ghana's U-20 team won by a score of 1-0 in a closely fought match against Uganda. Jerry Afriyie scored the vital objective in the 90th moment, getting the men's football title for Ghana.



































Ofei addressed the media following the match, praising his players for winning the gold medal and highlighting the key factor in their success.


He made the remark, "We had an exceptional group of talented and dedicated players who were eager to showcase their talents to the nation."


"Our choice interaction focused on distinguishing the best gifts to address our nation, and this methodology, combined with serious preparation and a common vision lined up with the public football ethos, demonstrated essential for this group's accomplishment," Ofei made sense of.


"This triumph highlights the viability of our system as well as sets an establishment for imparting our public football reasoning and DNA. It drives us forward with restored force and assurance.


We are aware that there is much more work to be done, and this victory only marks the beginning of our journey," he said.



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