Aduana Stars to leave for Egypt on Thursday
Accra Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) Champions League campaigners Aduana Stars, would leave Accra on Thursday, February 8, for Egypt to play Libyan side Al Tahaddi in the first round of the eliminator in the competition.
Mr. Albert Commey Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Aduana Stars confirmed this to the GNA Sports in an interview on Wednesday.
He said the club was attaching seriousness to the game, since the outcome would determine their future in the competition.
We have to advance to the next stage of the competition and this match means a lot to us. We are leaving no stone unturned in our bid to move to the next stage, he added.
The match would be the Aduana’s first eliminator in this year’s Champions League, with the game being played in Egypt because of the political instability in Libya.
The list of players, who would make the trip are, o goalkeepers, seven defenders, six midfielders and three strikers.
Here is the full list of 18 players; goalkeepers – Joseph Addo, Tijani Ahmed, defenders – Emmanuel Akuoko, Stephen Anokye Badu, Caleb Amankwaa, Paul Aidoo, Farouk Adams, Abdul Rashid and Justice Anane, midfielders – Elvis Opoku, Zakaria Mumuni, Sam Adams, Noah Martey, Gockel Ahortor and Emmanuel Boateng.
The forwards are; Bright Adjei, Derrick Sasraku and Nathaniel Asamoah.
Source: Ghana News Agency