Coach Ibrahim Tanko and his squad have arrived in Cairo for the 2019 U23 Africa Cup of Nations.

Ghana's U23 National male soccer team, Black meteors arrived safely in Egyptian capital to begin their dream of qualifying Ghana for the first Olympics games in 16 years..
The team Comprising of 21 players, technical staff, and management members.

Black meteors will train for 4 days in the Egyptian capital before their opening game on Friday November 8 against their counterparts Cameroon

The tournament, which starts on Friday, will see Ghana battling for 2020 Olympics ticket.

Ghana is participating in the Afcon qualifier-for the first time since its inception in 2011.

Strikers Kwabena Owusu and Ropapa Mensah will join the team in Egypt before the tournament starts.

Head coach Ibrahim Tanko and his charges will open their campaign against Cameroon in Group A before engaging hosts Egypt and Mali on the 11 and 14 November respectively.

The three best teams will at the end of the tournament on 22 November will represent Africa at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.

Ghana has failed to qualify for the last 4 Olympics games, even though the country was first African side to win a football medal at the Olympics.

Ghana’s 21-man squad for 2019 CAF U23 Cup of Nations:

Goalkeepers: Kwame Baah (Asante Kotoko), Richmond Ayi (Hearts of Oak), Ibrahim Danlad (Asante Kotoko)

Defenders: Kingsley Fobi (CB Badajoz, Spain), Edward Sarpong (Esperanca de Lagos, Spain) Emmanuel Cudjoe (Attram De Visser), Fuseini Zackaria (Berekum Chelsea), William Ntori, Dankyi (Hearts of Oak), Mohammed Habib (Asante Kotoko), Robin Polley (ADO Den Haag)

Midfielders: Evans Osei Wusu (Tema Youth), Simon Zibo (Vitoria Guimaraes, Portugal), Nurudeen Abdul-Aziz (Vision FC), Emmanuel Addoquaye Lomotey (Extremadura, Spain), Yaw Yeboah (Celta Vigo, Spain), Evans Mensah (HJK Helsinki, Finland), Michael Agbekpornu (Dreams FC).

Strikers: Frank Arhin (Dalkurd, Sweden), Kwabena Owusu (Cordoba, Spain) Ropapa Mensah (Nashville SC), Samuel Obeng Gyabaa (Real Oviedo)