Skyy FC Forward Andrews Cobbinah Receives Late Call-Up to join the Black Satellites (U20)

In an exclusive revelation, Skyy Football Club’s dynamic winger, Andrews Cobbinah, has received a late and exciting call-up to join the ranks of the Ghanaian national U20 team, fondly known as the Black Satellites.

This unexpected opportunity comes as the talented winger shines brightly as the top scorer with seven goals in the DOL Zone two after 13 games.

Andrews Cobbinah’s remarkable form for Skyy FC has not gone unnoticed, earning him the privilege to represent Ghana in the upcoming African Games hosted by the nation in March.

The late call-up adds a new layer of anticipation and excitement to the talented winger’s burgeoning career.

Currently leading the goal-scoring charts in DOL Zone two, Cobbinah’s prowess on the field has been a driving force for Skyy FC, and now he is set to bring his electrifying skills to the Black Satellites.

The call-up is not only a testament to his individual excellence but also a recognition of the potential he holds to make a significant impact on the national stage.

The African Games, scheduled to kick off on March 9, 2024, will witness the Black Satellites facing Congo in their opening match at the iconic Accra Sports Stadium.

The anticipation for this tournament is heightened with the inclusion of Andrews Cobbinah, who is poised to make his mark on the continental stage.

As Skyy FC rallies behind their star winger, the football community eagerly awaits the dynamic performances that Cobbinah will bring to the Black Satellites.

His journey from DOL Zone two’s top scorer to representing Ghana in a major international tournament exemplifies the transformative power of talent and hard work.

The Accra Sports Stadium will be abuzz with excitement as fans and supporters come together to witness Andrews Cobbinah’s journey unfold on the national stage.

The late call-up has not only fueled the dreams of the young winger but has also ignited the hopes and aspirations of football enthusiasts across the nation.

The story of Andrews Cobbinah’s late call-up is a testament to the unpredictability and magic of football, where individual brilliance can pave the way for unexpected opportunities.

As the Black Satellites gear up for the African Games, the inclusion of Skyy FC’s top scorer adds an extra layer of excitement, turning this tournament into a showcase of Ghana’s emerging football talent.


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