Hearts of Oak operations Manager, Joshua Acquah has reportedly resigned from his post after his involvement in an alleged betting scandal.
The Black Starlets will be facing their fellow African representative in the hunt for a place in the last eight of the U-17 World Cup.
Ghana coach Samuel Paa Kwesi Fabin believes his charges will defeat Niger on Wednesday to make it to the quarterfinals of the 2017 FifA U17 World Cup in India.
The Black Starlets topped Group A with six points and will lock horns with Niger, who qualified as one of the best four third-place countries, to set a repeat of the Africa U-17 Cup of Nations semifinal that Ghana won on penalties last May in Gabon.
The Head Coach of the National U-17 Soccer Team the Black Starlets have issued warning to football agents to stay away from his boys until the end of the ongoing U-17 World Cup Tournament.
The tournament has seen some fantastic performance by some individual players which has caught the eyes of some clubs in Europe and Other parts of the world with readiness to get their signings into their clubs.
This has resulted in some agents making it to the camp of the team to negotiate with the players which has not gone down with the coach.