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Black Starlets held to a 0-0 stalemate by Attram De Visser in a friendly

In a prelude to their upcoming WAFU U17 Tournament, Ghana’s U17 national team – the Black Starlets, battled to a goalless draw against Attram De Visser in a friendly encounter on Thursday at the Accra Sports Stadium.

The match, held amidst anticipation and preparation, offered glimpses into the team’s form and readiness for the imminent competitions.

Despite an energetic start, the Black Starlets found themselves unable to convert promising opportunities in the early stages of the game.

Their spirited efforts, though commendable, fell short of breaching the opponent’s defense, leaving fans yearning for that elusive breakthrough.

It was a match characterized by moments of intense excitement and near-misses as Attram De Visser, displaying resilience and tactical prowess, nearly clinched victory with a striking effort that rattled the woodwork, much to the relief of the Black Starlets.

For Ghana’s young talents, this friendly marked a crucial milestone in their preparations for the forthcoming WAFU U17 Tournament, slated to commence on the 15th of May in Accra.

With aspirations high and determination unwavering, the Black Starlets have been diligently honing their skills and strategies, aiming to make a resounding impact on the regional stage.

As the team gears up for the challenges ahead, their journey takes them beyond national borders. On the horizon lies a journey to Russia, where they are set to participate in a prestigious 4-nation tournament.

This international exposure promises invaluable experience and opportunities for growth, as the Black Starlets seek to make their mark on the global footballing landscape.

With each match serving as a stepping stone towards greatness, the Black Starlets remain undeterred in their pursuit of excellence.

Guided by passion, discipline, and the unwavering support of their nation, they embark on a journey filled with promise and potential, ready to write the next chapter in Ghanaian football history.


Daraja Kapoor

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