Glorious Accra Hearts of Oak has announced a 22-man squad for their CAF Confederation Cup game with Real Bamako on Saturday.
The travelling party, departs Accra today (Thursday) for Mali ahead of this first round first leg encounter against the local side in Bamako.
The team is expected to arrive in the Malian capital later today, to continue with their preparations for the game on Saturday afternoon.
Stand-in coach David Ocloo, has named three goalkeepers, nine defenders, six midfielders and four strikers for the upcoming fixture against the Malian side.
Coach Ocloo, will look to earn a good result for Hearts of Oak from this first leg encounter, to make the return fixture in Accra next weekend, a formality for the Phobians.
Hearts of Oak, will be seeking to qualify ahead of Real Bamako to the next round of the competition as they seek to make it to the group stage of this season's competition.
The Phobians, won the maiden edition of the CAF Confederation Cup competition in the season of 2004/05, after defeating their arch rivals Asante Kotoko in the grand finale played over two legs in Accra and Kumasi.
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