For a club to perform well and win a continental trophy, there is the need for a proper planning, financial and time investment to be able to achieve such a feat. Clubs in North Africa have managed over the years to put in place such plans and it is not surprising that most CAF Champions League, Super Cup and CAF Confederation Cup winners are mostly from the North Africa.
We saw a very good season from the Accra based club, as the oldest serving club in the Ghana premier league with a couple of trophies from FA Cup, CAF Champions league, Confederation Cup, Ghana Premier League and others. But for some time now, it has not been easy with them and the style they approach every season.
Hearts Of Oak has been in the system as the spine of Ghana Football but has not been the best of club when it comes to team management and infrastructure or resources. There have been a lot of excuses from the mother club of Ghana, which people have pardon them for not knowing and due to some difficulties. Regardless of their state as a club, they have external and internal influence on most of the teams in Ghana. Ones' Champions League winners, One Confederation Cup and 20 league trophies attached to their
These 12 Countries Will Be Represented By Two Clubs Each In CAF Champions League And Confederation Cup The CAF Member Associations (MA) ranking is based on the performance of the Member Association clubs or representatives in the CAF Champions League and CAF Confederation Cup over a period of five years. The top 12 Member Associations are eligible to engage two teams each in the two African club competitions or tournaments for the 2020/2021 season. Below are the top 12 countries and their points; 1. Morocco
The former Caf Champion League and Confederation Cup winners have gone 11 straight years without winning a trophy. The CEO made a comment, the continental club masters cannot be taken from us because of what we have done in the past. With the consistency at the top, I think we are now on the road to bigger things. After the 2-2 stalemate with the Obuasi Boys, the dejected Phobian fans stood in groups arguing and deliberating on the current performance of the club. Hearts were poor in the first half with a
legendary captain of glorious Accra Hearts of oak Yaw Amankwah Mireku has sent an emotional message to all fans of the club. Amankwah Mireku captained the team to win lots of trophies for the phobians including the Premier league cups, FA cups, Confederation Cup and the Super Cup. Amankwah's message to the fans reads below " Good evening to every member of the Oak Tree. On behalf of myself, all former players and the current players of Accra Hearts of Oak,I would like to Apologize to all supporters for the disappointment
Communications Director for Ashanti Gold SC Eric Karikari reveals the reason behind the numerous players exiting the club. According to him, players departing the club are not in the plans of the head coach. "AshGold is building a long term project in which those players leaving are not part of the plan”. “Management took the decision of releasing those players following the advice from the technical team and approved by our board" Karikari told OTEC FM. "Those players are very good and have helped the
Accra Hearts of Oak has been instrumental in the Ghana Premier League matches, since their inception in the league. And everything looks successful for them when ever they get the chance to push for any opportunity. The club has won trophies upon trophies to show that, they are a big team.
Supporter's Chief Of Obuasi Ashanti Gold Mr Fredrick Addo has advised the leadership of the club to quickly redraw from the CAF Champions League. According to him, how can the team survive when all their best players are exiting from the club. “How can we survive when all our best players are out of the club?. We the supporters will boycott our home games should they participate in the competition”. He told Pure FM. The Porcupine Warriors and the Miners have been confirmed by the Ghana FA Executive
Asante Kotoko, after refusing to play Al Hilal due to COVID-19 brouhaha, have dropped to Confederation Cup. At the Confederation Cup, they will play last round of preliminary matches before heading to the group stage of the competition. The compendium of teams to fall from first tier to the second tier, makes the next stage full of surprises. The battle will be free for all. Not only Asante Kotoko that tripped, Raja Casablanca failed to book a group stage ticket, and fell into the confederation cup. Nigerian
Asante Kotoko are not giving up on versatile midfielder Justice Blay.After spending a loan deal with the porcupine warriors, Justice Blay has not hidden his desire to join Kotoko on permanent basis.
Asante Kotoko striker Kwame Opoku is set to leave the club, following an agreement between Asante Kotoko and Algerian club USM Alger.The former Nkoranza Warriors striker departs Asante Kotoko, after scoring 7 goals in the ongoing season.
The national cake is to be shared equally among all, but some are beneficiaries than others. In a nation where political affiliations, nepotism, favoritism and cronyism matters most in disseminating the national cake, has questions to answer. Two clubs from Ghana embarked on the CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup campaign to see their fate in the African game. But the African game is costly for Ghanaian clubs to independently achieve their goals in monetary terms. Fortunately, the Nana Addo Danquah government
After an overall loss on Sunday to the Algerian outfit, the Porcupine Warriors failed to advance to the group stage of the competition.
The Algerian club expanded their strength over Coton Sport, while it's anything but a shoot-out to choose the second finalist in Casablanca JS Kabylie and Raja Casablanca will fight it out in the 2020-21 Caf Confederation Cup last on July 10 after Sunday's semi-finals. Following a 2-1 lead from last Sunday's exposing, JS Kabylie crushed Coton Sport 3-0 in the second leg of the semi-last apparatus, while Raja Casablanca required a punishment shoot-out to beat Egyptian club Pyramids 5-4.