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Sports News of Saturday, 28 April 2018


CAF rejects Aduana home grounds for Confederation Cup group stage matches

Ghanaian Champions Aduana Stars will not be allowed to host their CAF Confederation Cup group stages matches at their favored after the Confederation of African Football’s Inter-club competition inspection declared the Nana Agyemang Badu II park in Dormaa unfit to host games.

The CAF inspection team was in Dormaa last week to assess the venue.

Aduana, who have played both their CAF Champions League and CAF Confed Cup qualifying matches at Dormaa, will now have to choose between the Cape Coast Stadium, the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi and the Len Clay in Obuasi as their home venue until their home grounds is brought up to standard.

Aduana Stars travel to Ivory Coast to meet Asec Mimosas before welcoming Raja Cassablanca at home .

All other venues have been approved for the CAF inter-club competitions which kick off on 6th May.

Terraine Municipal de Berkane – Morrocco
Stade FELIX HOUPHOUET BOIGNY ,Abidjan(Asec Mimosas)

Calabar,Nigeria (Enyimba)
Stade Regional de Nyamirambo(Rayon)
Stade Complex Mohammed V,Casablanca(Raja Cassablanca)
Stade Chsmproux,Abidjan(Williamsville)
Stade 5 Juilet 1962,Algiers(USM Algers)
Port Said Stadium,Ports Said (Al Masry)
Complex Onnisports stade de Matrys,Kinshasa(AS Vita Club)
Alphonse Massamba debat,(CARA Brazaville)
Beirra,Beirra(UD Songo)
Modiba Keita,Bamako(Djoliba)
Al Hilal ,Omdurman(Al Hilal)
Machakos stadium (Gor Mahia)
National stadium (Young Africans)