Ten Ghana U17 players fail MRI age test
Paa Kwesi Fabin is Ghana U17 head coach
The players underwent the compulsory MRI bone scan test to ascertain the veracity of their ages.
The Confederation African Football has ordered all federations in Africa to do the test and submit the report ahead of the start of the qualifiers.
The exercise by Fifa is to ensure the age-long problem of age-cheating is reduced drastically.
"We have done the test on the players but unfortunately 10 of them failed," Ghana U17 coach Paa Kwesi Fabin said.
"But we have a pool of players to choose from so there is no cause for alarm."
Ghana's Black Starlets will face the Baby Scorpions of Gambia in October for the first leg of the qualifiers in Banjul.