By Amenu Shardow
Coach Maxwell Konadu insists the Ghana U-20 team can still get eliminated by Morocco despite holding a healthy first leg advantage.
The Black Satellites were 4-1 winners over Morocco in the first leg match of the African Youth Championship qualifier played last weekend in Tamale.
The resounding win has seen many already talking of Algeria 2013 even before the return leg match is played in Rabat.
But Konadu who was brought in as interim coach of the side says it is too early to get corky despite holding a good cushion going into the away encounter.
“Everything is possible in football and therefore it is important to remain focus because the work is not yet done,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“They (Morocco) played the game here and we did the scoring so if the same should happen in their home and the start scoring what will then happen.
“We therefore don’t have to be complacent and we must go there and fight and show that we want to qualify and not them.”
The Black Satellites have been struggling to regain its spark that made them World Champions in 2009.
The team is currently camping at the Ghanaman Soccer School of Excellence ahead of their trip to Rabat for the second leg.