Black Stars B coach, Maxwell Konadu is calling for support as he expresses belief in the team’s chances of knocking out Burkina Faso for a ticket to the 2018 CHAN in Kenya.
Ghana travels to face the local Stallions in a a first leg encounter at the Stade du 4-Août in Ouagadougou on August 11.
The Black Stars defeated the Hawks of Togo by 2-1 in a friendly in Lome on July 8.
The technical team invited 28-players on Monday and are busy trying to establish a formidable squad for the two-legged CHAN qualifier against Burkina Faso next month.
In all, the team has played nine friendly matches without defeat and have banged in 26 goals and conceded only 6. Two of the games were against the national teams A of Benin and The Gambia respectively but Coach Konadu is confident of a win.
“I think with the way preparation has started we just hope we get the best out of these boys to do magic in Burkina Faso. We are just calling for your support and your prayers,” he told Starr Sports.
Countries have been grouped in five zones – West A, West B, Central Zone, Central East and Southern.
Kenya, who fight for qualification from Central East Zone, are hosts of the next championship and thus automatically qualify for the biennial showpiece contested by players based in their home country leagues.