AFCON AFCON U20 : Our aim is to win against Ghana, says Gambia coach Mattar M’Boge

Mattar M'boge

Gambia gaffer Mattar M’Boge expects his side will win their AFCON U20 semi-final game over Ghana on Monday afternoon (4pm).

The Young Scorpions eliminated Central African Republic in the quarter-finals to reach the next stage of the competition.

And at this level, they want nothing but to defeat their opponents Blaclk Satellites in order to book their place for the final.

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“I know that the Ghanaians will be in high spirit and improve to win this time, but it’s the same for us. We have to make sure that we keep doing all the good work we did and even better so that we see ourselves in the final, that’s our objective for this match,” Mattar M’boge said.

“We are a team that plays forward. We try to win football matches because we have the talent, we have the players. We don’t want to sort of hold and go for extra time or penalties.

“We’ve managed to win in the previous matches and we know it will be a different and difficult game against Ghana again and they could even be forced to change their style of play to contain us just like Morocco planned but whatever their approach will be, our goal is to remain humble, and win this match,” he concluded.


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