Owner of Visser Soccer Academy, Godwin Attram says he is happy with his team’s output in the friendly game with the Black Stars B.
The second division side ended thrashed the Black Stars B team by three goals to one on Monday afternoon thereby ending their unbeaten run.
Former Ghana National Under 17 skipper Godwin Attram who owns the Academy says he has been looking for the platform for his boys to showcase their talent and he had it.
“I have been lobbying for this match for a very long time to at least assess my boys and I think they proved their mettle against the Black Stars B” Attram told footballmadeinghana.com
“It is not about the results but it runs down to the tactics my boys can show to big coaches in a big game and I am very happy that the Black Stars B coaches agreed to play agaisnt us,”
“We have lot of talents in this country and if we groom them well I believe the country will benefit in the near future,” he added.
The Black Stars B used the game as a final preparatory outing for their CHAN qualifier against Burkina Faso on Saturday.
By: Eric Adjanor