Aduana Stars vows to shine in Champions League
Ghana's sole representative in the CAF Champions league, Aduana Stars say they are hopeful of getting a favourable result against Morocco's Wydad Casablanca despite CAF rejection of their postponement request.
The reigning Glo Premier League Champions wrote to CAF to postpone their game this weekend after providing four players and Coach Herbert Addo to Ghana's CHAN Squad which is also a CAF organized competition.
The continental football governing body has thrown out the request because the CHAN which starts on February 4 is not expected to affect the game which comes off on Sunday January 30.
Aduana will leave Accra on Tuesday and will be joined in Morocco by their four players and Coach Herbert Addo who are all currently in Kenya preparing for the CHAN.
Acting Chairman of Aduana Stars, Kofi Manu said the club was determined to make history as well as make Ghana proud.
He said the Ghana Football Association was giving the club all the necessary support for the encounter.