The coach of the Under-17 side is telling his charges despite that 3-2 victory over South Africa two weeks ago, the job is not over yet
“The boys should not be complacent because the job is not finished yet, we have to go all out,” he told Accra-based Asempa FM.
“Concerning their flair and skills on the ball, the South Africans are at par with us. It is only a small technical aspect that we reign supreme.”
“They scored two goals against us and I will fix the defensive problem before the game,” Fabin added.
Ghana, who are chasing a first appearance in the African Under-17 tournament in five years beat South Africa 3-2 at their own back yard two weeks ago.
The Starlets now stand a good chance to qualify for the tournament slated for Morocco next year.