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Eight Satellites promoted to the Black Stars

204x_mg_bg_satelliteseyptsquadGhana coach Milovan Rajevac has exclusively told Ghanasoccernet that eight players from the victorious U20 World Cup team will be invited to play in next month’s World Cup clash with Mali in Accra. 
  Several Black Satellites players impressed as they won Africa’s first U20 World Cup title after beating Brazil in the final on Friday. 

World U20 best player Dominic Adiyiah will gain his first call-up while captain Dede Ayew will return after a long-absence. 
  
Goalkeeper Daniel Adjei,Jonathan Mensah and David Addy will also be considered for the Mali clash next month. 
  
Samuel Inkoom, Agyemang Badu and Opoku Agyemang will retain their places in the Black Stars for the gamein Accra with striker Ransford Osei also on the fringes. 
  
The Serbian manager was in Cairo to give the side pep talks ahead of the clash with the South Americans at the invitation of coach Sellas Tetteh. 
  
Even though some of players are already members of the Black Stars, they have only played bit-part roles in the Black Stars in recent times. 
  
Rajevac says the best way to build a futuristic team for the Black Stars is to integrate the young heroes so that they can learn from their experienced colleagues. 
  
Rajevac says the best way to build a futuristic team for the Black Stars is to integrate the young heroes so that they can learn from their experienced colleague. 
“The best way for us to continue to build a strong team for Ghana is to make sure the young ones learn from the seniors like Appiah, Essien, Mensah and Muntari,” Rajevac told Ghanasoccernet.com. 

“But these young players have to be ready for the toughness of the high level.  
“From what I saw in Egypt I can say eight players are ready for the high level and i will call them for the Mali match. 

“I already made sure six players from the U23 Tagoe, Vorsah, Quartey, Annan, Kwadwo Asamoah and Asamoah Gyan are all part of the team. 
“So in bringing the new younger ones they can gain very rich experience from those who have played at the highest level. 

“This is the only way Ghana at stay at the top for a very long time and I am already working on this philosophy for the country.” 

  The Serbian says the strategy of fusing the young players with the experienced ones paid the desired dividends in June during the World Cup qualifiers. 

  
“In June when we missed key players Appiah and Muntari in June the young ones Kwadwo Asamoah and Opoku Agyemang stepped in and excelled. 

“It is the way we must proceed and I will forge ahead with the policy for the good of the country. 

  “The team must continue to evolve –  that way we will create healthy competition in the squad to bring the best for the country.” 

 Ghana are already through to the 2010 World Cup and African Cup of Nations.

 

Credit: modernghana.com

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