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2020/21 CAF Champions League is heading towards the group stage. Teams from various parts of the continent have toiled to book a group stage ticket. Whereas some teams cruised to victory, others had to conjure magic in the return fixture to make a way. Some household names maintained their relevance, but others failed to pass the test, hence have to fight for their destiny in the final preliminary matches of the Confederation Cup. This season's edition promises to be fiercely contested, thrilling and top-notch.
This is what tradition have always been the same the Champions of African Club Football will always remain victorious if they meet any team at the finals of the CAF Champions League. They are really good investors and have a better football developmental routine, from management, coaches to academy. Al Ahly have reached the final of the Caf Champions League following their 3-1 victory over Wydad Athletic Club at Cairo International Stadium on Friday. The Egyptian side went into the encounter with a 2-0 advantage
Dr. Paa kwasi Ndoum who is the bank roller of Elmina Sharks says their team only need to avoid relegation so that they can get a chance to display their power of football next year. Elmina Sharks are not happy with their performance this season despite on the 8th position and with 36 points this season. They played a 1:1 drawn game with Hearts on weekends. Kumasi Asante Kotokohas escape relegation after playing 7 matches out of 8, also concentrated much on the CAF Champions League more than the GPL and was eliminated.
Asante Kotoko's CAF Champions League return leg against Al Hilal on Wednesday night has been suspended after the guests failed to raise the necessary number of players because of Covid-19 positive cases. The Ghanaian monsters have been shaken by rising positive cases in the group after five players and seven authorities tried positive for the infection. The circumstance had prompted the abrogation of the opposite equipment expected to occur this evening to drive the administering body, CAF to take a choice
Teams have been handed respective opponents in the group stage of the 2020/21 CAF Champions League. The group stage in anticipated to be tough for all candidates that sailed through. Al Ahly, TP Mazembe, Zamalek, Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs are some of the teams that booked a group stage ticket. In Group A, teams such as Al Ahly of Egypt, AS Vita Club of DR Congo, Simba Club of Tanzania and Sudanese giants El Marrekh are available. Group B comprises of TP Mazembe of DR Congo, Mamelodi Sundowns of South
Asante Kotoko's assistant captain Emmanuel Gyamfi could be recognized by the administration for not acting suitably, as per reports. The aggressor, who has been at the club since 2016, has been requested to show up before the executives for numerous infringement of the club's principles and guidelines. Fundamentally, is the player's choice to utilize a contender's streetcar pack for their outing Caf Champions League trip Sudan and not that of Errea their unit supports. Gyamfi ventured out to Sudan with
Seasoned football administrator Kofi Manu, believes Asante Kotoko did not have a second opinion which resulted in their elimination from CAF Champions League. The confederation of African Football, CAF, ruled Asante Kotoko losers, following their inability to play a preliminary match rerun leg, against Al Hilal, due to COVID-19 issues. When Asante Kotoko were set for the game, they were handed a COVID-19 results, which allegedly had seven players and some officials testing positive. Asante Kotoko later, launched
HEART OF OAK COACH CAUTIONS ASANTE KOTOKO IN FRONT OF AL HILAL CONFLICT. Hearts of Oak coach Kosta Papic has cautioned chief adversaries Asante Kotoko in front of their conflict with Sudanese monsters Al Hilal on Wednesday. Asante Kotoko plays away to the Sudanese side in the second round CAF Champions League return apparatus at the Al Hilal Sports Stadium in Omdurman. As suggested by him, the Porcupine Warriors are in for an extreme game yet accepts they can cruise through if they can score an objective
The CAF Champions League conflict between Sudanese monsters, Al Hilal Omdurman, and Asante Kotoko has been canceled because of a detailed spike in Covid positive cases. The game has been supposedly canceled as Asante Kotoko is shy of players in the wake of recording 5 positive cases in their camp. Seven authorities of Asante Kotoko have likewise tried positive for the novel Covid that incorporates Chief Executive Officer Nana Yaw Amponsah. The host group, Al Hilal affirmed that the game has been deferred in
Asante Kotoko's CAF Champions League match was called off when 11first team players of Kotoko were told have tested positive with just some few hours to the match. Asante Kotoko contested the results and drove off from the stadium. In this day and age, how are health results of a competition left to one team to handle? Just today, 5 FC Platinum players were told they are covid positive with hours to their game against Simba of Tanzania. The results are also being contested. CAF officials will privately admit
Asante Kotoko must be weary of how they go about and do their things. Looking at the current board members of the team with high profile and status, the players and other supporters know that it is done and dusted when it comes to monetary issues. But here we are talking about players per diems. According to a report filed by Kumasi-based radio station OTEC FM, the newly appointed Board members of the club will reshuffle the current management as they hope to reshape the team to regain its status in African
The top club sides from Africa's football leagues are invited to participate in this competition. Due to sponsorship reasons, the official name is total CAF Champions League, with Total Champions League also in use. Looking at the line up of the teams representing in Africa, what can you see and think of the players involved. The presence of national team players like Billiat, who was part of the historic Sundowns squad that won their maiden continental title under Pitso Mosimane in 2016, has emphasized the
Madam Evelyn Nsiah Board member for Asante Kotoko open up on how it feels to be on the Kotoko board. In an interview on Services radio 104.9, the CEO of Hasaacas Ladies said she’ve learnt a lesson from been part of the Kotoko board. “Been a board member for Asante Kotoko has really taught me a massive lesson.” “All the board members of the club are lovely to work with and people are just trying to create tension outside.” She tasked the supporters of Kotoko to share their problems with the club