Head of Communications for Accra Hearts of Oak, Kwame Opare Addo has reiterated his outfit will be prepared for their CAF Champions League game against Wydad Athletic of Morocco.
The Ghana Premier League side will play the Northern African side in the preliminary round of the game.
After cruising over CI Kamsar in a one-off game, Opare Addo says despite the Phobians’ long absence from the competition, it does not give an advantage to the Moroccan club.
He mentioned that Hearts of Oak will be ready for the Wydad Challenge despite their
“Wydad Athletic Club is not bigger than Hearts Of Oak and we will be ready for them in Accra,” Opare Addo told Kumasi-based radio station Sikka FM.
The game comes off at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday, October 17, 2021. The reverse fixture will be played in a weeks’ time in Casablanca.
Meanwhile, 2000 supporters have been approved by the Confederation of African Football [Caf] to watch the game in Accra.
Source: Modern Ghana