Ghana U20 coach Sellas Tetteh

Ghana U20 coach Sellas Tetteh

Ghana U20 coach Sellas Tetteh explains he keeps making changes to his team because all his players are capable of a starting place.

The Black Satellites have not had a settled starting eleven for the three matches played so far at the African Youth Championships.

Coach Tetteh has made at least two changes to his team throughout the group games of the tournament in Algeria.

There is even the likelihood of further changes to the team that will face Mali in the semi-finals on Tuesday with the return of captain Lawrence Lartey from a one-game suspension.

This has fuelled concerns that perhaps the ex Rwanda coach doesn?t know what he is doing despite guiding the team to a last four place.

But Tetteh explains his constant tinkering with the side is testament to the quality of players at his disposal.

?The reason (for constant changes) is very simple, because everybody is capable to play,? he said.

?The team is full of players who can play in the first eleven. Changes in the team doesn?t mean we are not comfortable with the team.

?Every game comes with own plans so it is not a big deal.?

Ghana will battle for a place in the finals of the tournament with a crunch semi-final game against Mali who emerged winners of Group B.

Source: MTNFootball.com

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