Following their despicable exit from the U20 AFCON in Niger, Ghana’s U20 players have been left in a state of hopelessness by the Normalization Committee as the players depart Niger in batches.
FootballMadeInGhana.com is reliably informed that the team will not been able to depart Niger on Tuesday evening as earlier reported with the players being forced to leave camp in groups.
Thirteen players with the technical team are still stuck in camp in Niger, locked in a state of confusion and unsure of when they will depart to Ghana.
Eight players – Ishaku Konda, Fard Ibrahim, Emmanuel Toku, Enock Atta Agyei, Manaf Nurudeen, Michael Baidoo, Sabit Abdulai and Frank Arhin have already departed Niger for Ghana and are expected to touch down at the Kotoka International Airport tonight.
The rest of the playing body and the technical team will also leave in bits and pieces as there has not been any proper arrangements for their departure from Niger to Ghana.
The Ghana FA Normalization Committee appear to have challenges with traveling arrangements for national teams as the Black Stars suffered a worse fate before and after their 2019 AFCON qualifier with Ethiopia in November last year.
While some of the players arrived in camp in Kenya two days before the clash with Ethiopia, others had to meet the team in Ethiopia a day before the game.
The bizarre traveling arrangements done for the players saw many of the Black Stars players transiting in Togo before continuing to Ethiopia for the game which left many of them angry and unsatisfied with the treat.
The Black Satellites seems to be suffering the same fate after being forced to leave camp in bits following poor travel arrangements by the NC.
With the traveling arrangement not clearly defined to the team, Jimmy Corbblah and his charges do not know when they will leave Niger for Ghana despite earlier reports that they will arrive on Tuesday.
The media officer of the team, however, failed to respond to several calls and messages on the matter when he was contacted.