The Ghana U20 coach has warned his boys to eschew complacency as they host Sierra Leone in the second leg of the AYC qualifier
Ghana’s Black Satellites are up against their Sierra Leonean counterparts at the Tamale Sports Stadium on Saturday in an Africa Youth Championship qualifier.
The Satellites go into the match with an advantage after winning the first leg 2-0 in Freetown a fortnight ago.
But head coach, Sellas Tetteh wants his boys to start on a fresh page as a way of taking care of complacency.
"Complacency is the main concern for us. We have done great in our preparations but need to do away with any form of complacency," Tetteh told ghanafa.org.
"We hold the lead from the first leg but the tie is not over. Our opponents are under no pressure. Our approach must be good and make it possible for us to advance," he added.
The winner moves into the final stage of the qualifiers ahead of the 2015 Africa Youth Championship in Senegal.