Medeama finally leave for Congo ahead of Leopards Confed Cup tie on Sunday
Medeama have finally left for Congo ahead of Sunday's CAF Confederation Cup first leg tie against Leopards.
A team of 18 players, six technical officials and four management members left Accra on Thursday morning for the decisive final qualifying round game.
The Mauve and Yellows are on the brink of history and must negotiate their tie against the Congolese side to make the group phase.
However, they face a plucky Congolese side which won the CAF Confederation Cup in 2012.
AC Leopards were relegated from the Champions League by Sudanese powerhouse Al Hilal.
Medeama can chalk an amazing feat if they progress to the group phase of Africa's elite inter-club competition.
They have managed successes over Panthers FC, Maghreb de Fes and Zesco United and are confronted with the final hurdle against the former champions.
Goalkeepers: Muntari Tagoe, Foli Adade
Defenders: Joseph Zutah, Samuel Adade, Samuel Ezemoaba, Godfred Rockson, Henry Entsil, Kofi Agyare, Ishmeal Hammond
Midfielders: Osei Berko, Ebenezer Adjei, Micheal Helegbe, Joseph Gordon, Godbless Asamoah, Kwame Boahene
Strikers: Kabiru Moro, Nathaniel Asamoah, Hans kwofie
Technical team: Carlos Roberto Paullete (Head coach), Evans Adotey (Assistant coach), Nii Addoquaye (Team Manager), Ben Owu (Goalkeepers' trainer), Henry Ofori (Physiotherapist), Dr. Akaba (Team doctor)
Management: Moses Armah – President, James Essilfie – C.E.O, Edmund Ackah – Accra Rep., Toni Nkrumah Boateng – Communications Manager