Ghana forward Dauda
Mohammed has called on the Black Meteors to improve their game as they take on
host country Egypt later today in the U23 Africa Cup of Nations.
The Black Meteors shared spoils on Friday with Cameroon in the opening day fixture and the former Asante Kotoko striker believes the team needs to up their game if they are to make an impact in the competition.
Dauda was a member of the qualifying squad but could not join the team for the tournament proper after his team had declined to release him for the competition.
"Though we couldn't join the team for the AFCON but our spirit is behind the team. They have to improve their game against Egypt. The team should go all out and pick the three points at stake" he told Bryt FM.
Ghana's Black Meteors are seeking one of the three slots reserved for Africa in the 2020 Olympic Games to be hosted by Japan.
The last time Ghana took part in the Olympics was way back 2004 in Athens.
Black Meteors will lock horns with Egypt at 6:00pm GMT.
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