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Black Satellite forward sure of qualification over Ethiopia

"We have a good team and a good technical bench so we are calling on the fans to rally their support behind us on Sunday" - Dauda Mohammed

The former U-20 world champions will host the young Walias on Sunday, June 12, at the newly constructed 15,000-seater Cape Coast Sports Stadium in the Central Region.

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Ghana lost the first leg 2-1 to Ethiopia three-weeks ago and Dauda Mohammed is sure of his side’s qualification.

“We know what it has stake. We have to win to get a qualification into the next stage of the qualifiers and I’m sure we will achieve that,” Dauda told Pulse.com.gh

“In the first leg they won at their home and the away goal we had there will help us a lot. We will not be complacent because we are going all out to get a convincing win on the day.

“We have a good team and a good technical bench so we are calling on the fans to rally their support behind us on Sunday,” he added

A qualification for Ghana will see them face the winner of Senegal and Tunisia in the final qualifying game for the 2017 AYC tourney which will be held in Zambia.

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