Their heights and weights were checked to be accurate before being allowed to kick the global leather and all of them passed successfully.
He noted that at Aspire Football Dreams, the right things must be done to ensure that the selected players’ details are accurate and perfect to avoid mistakes and cheating.
According to Tetteh, popularly known as TT or Mr. T, Aspire Football Dreams always aspires to be perfect and do the right things to ensure fairness, because the players come from different backgrounds and have different minds sets.
“We check their weights and heights as the first step and allow them to play before going through other procedures with their coordinators, parents or guardians” he explained.
The 50 players picked from all over Ghana proved their maturity and confidence to the admiration of coordinators and fans who watched the final selection process.
They passed, shoot and dribbled the ball will ease to make it difficult for the fans watching the final selection to know who and who will make the grade to Doha in Qatar or Saly in Senegal.
Juanjo Rovira, the foreign based coach who has been taking the players through the training disclosed that the players must be measured and weighed so that no one cheats.
The 2016 Aspire Football Dreams national exercise which started on Monday October 11, 2016 comes to an end on Friday October 14 when the players and coordinators will know their faith.
Ghana Country Director, Captain (rtd) Andy Sam praised the coaches and coordinators for maintaining the discipline in the whole exercise and hoped for more successful years.
Steve Othoro, the Quality Control Officer observed that the players are maturing and playing better on the astro turf.