The Black Meteors of Ghana and their management members have returned to Ghana after spending more than 10 days in Asia where they suffered a 15-2 scoreline in 4 international friendly matches.
The contingent made of the players, Technical team, management and some FA staff touched down at the Kotoka International Airport at 1pm Ghana Time.
The players have been released to their clubs, and will regroup in August to prepare for the Africa Games qualifiers.
A member of the technical team who spoke to 442gh.com on arrival on condition of anonymity said “the U20 players we took to the tour disappointed the entire team, only Samuel Ashie Quaye impressed”
He stressed that, the technical team will do a critical analysis of the tour, and present a comprehensive report to the FA on the way forward.
The Black Meteors lost all 4 matches of the Asian tour where they played against Japan and Korea.
The team lost their first game 6-0 to the Japanese who have been camping for well over two years, before losing the return encounter by 4 goals to nil.
The team further lost to Korea Republic in the two matches by 3‐1 and 2-1 in the final game.