Godwin Horlali says he is not perturbed by Black Meteors snub
Dreams FC versatile player Godwin Horlali has stated that he is not perturbed by the Black Meteors [U-23] snub ahead of next month’s All Africa Games scheduled to be hosted by Congo Brazzaville.
The young energetic midfielder was part of Malik Jabir’s provisional list of 26 but was dropped out from the final squad of 20 as he failed to beat off competition from Wa All Stars’ Sadiq Alhassan and New Edubiase’s Latif Anabila.
However, the 21-year-old Godwin Horlali who has been one of the stand-out players for Dreams FC after the second-tier side sealed a qualification into the Ghana premier league has stated that he is not disturbed by the Black Meteors snub ahead of next month’s All Africa Games.
“Though it is a dream of every player to represent his nation in a competition like the All Africa Games, I failed to make the final squad which personally I’m not perturbed about it for me in my one month stay at the camp I was pleased with my performance. I have learnt a lot I hope to build upon it and I will like to wish my colleagues who made it into the final squad the best of luck”, Horlali told Exposeghana.com.
The Black Meteors of Ghana who happens to be the defending champions will play their first game against Senegal on 6th September, 2015.
Below is the Black Meteors squad for the All Africa Games:
Goalkeepers: Richard Ofori, Eric Ofori Antwi, Felix Annang
Defenders: Amos Frimpong, Emmanuel Ntim Mensah, Patrick Asmah, Jeremiah Akorful, Richard Osei Agyemang, Baba Mensah, Lawrence Lartey.
Midfielders: Saddick Alhassan, Latif Anabila, Kennedy Ashia, Tamimu Muntari, Conney Idan, Kwame Boahen.
Strikers: Dauda Mohammed, Bright Adjei, Richard Gadze, Samuel Tetteh.