AFCON 2016 BEACH SOCCER QUALIFIER: Black Sharks hold final training session and declare readiness for Kenya
The Ghana Black Sharks on Friday afternoon held their final training session ahead of the highly anticipated encounter against Kenya on Saturday.
The first leg here at the Pirates Beach in Mombasa, has gripped the attention of locals with high hopes of beating Ghana.
Led by captain Michael Sema, the Ghanaians were taken through final drills by coaches Daniel Kotey Neequaye and Theophilus Armah.
The Black Sharks had a feel of the smooth golden sand at the Pirates Beach arena for the first time and have declared their readiness to claim victory in Saturday’s match.
Meanwhile the Confederation of African Football (CAF) confirmed that Egyptian referees, Wael Mostafa El Sabagh and Hany Farouk El Eraky will be the match officials. They will be assisted by Mohamed Abdel Meguid Attya (3rd referee), and Khaleed Abdel Naby Bakhit (time keeper) also from Egypt.
Match commissioner for the game is Christopher Atanga from Cameroon.
In another development, kick-off time has been moved from 3pm to 4pm local time (1pm GH). The Black Sharks will host Kenya in the return encounter on Sunday 17th September in Accra.