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A recent time best strike force under his command, national head coach Ashenafi Bekele visits Kumasi for the 2019 African nation’s Cup final qualification debut international away match against Ghana today. Ethiopia is drawn in group “F” along with Sierra Leone and Kenya.
Though the whole preparation started too late and number of difficulties including the inclusion of four of his starters engaged at international club fixtures with Saint George, Ashenafi appeared to build a string squad capable of shocking surprises in the group stage qualification matches. Ashanfi said no to the federation request of only 18 players thus travelled to Kumasi with 22 players’ squad for his debut international match today at Kumasi.
“Well it may be difficult to face mighty Ghana away at the qualification opening match, but sometimes it is better to start with the heavy weight and go on to the lesser adversaries” Ashenafi who promised football fans to go even further than booking a Cup final place told reporters.
Though the four time African champions to face on their own turf backed by football worshipping fans appears a high hill to mount for Waliya-Antelope it is not an impossible task considering what Ashenafi had under his command.
Conceding no goals in seven international club matches, Saint George’s central defence duo Salhadin Bargecho and Aschalew Tamene are taking the important central defence role with their wing backs veteran and skipper Seyoum Tesfaye. Having these in the back four whatever the pressure from the Black Stars strike force, it is sure life for the hosts appears not an easy ride.
Back from a fantastic season at Egypt League, play maker Shimeles Bekele will have two hard working holding midfielders Gatoch Panom and Mulualem Mesfin with the rising star Gadisa Mebrate to roam around to be at hand for any help.