Ghana’s representatives in the 2023/24 CAF Champions League, Medeama, have touched down in Conakry, Guinea ahead of their decider against Horoya on Saturday.
The Ghana Premier League holders arrived at the Ahmed Sékou Touré International Airport on Thursday evening to wrap up preparations for the game.
The Yellow and Mauves hold a 3-1 lead from the first-leg played at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium two weeks ago.
Medeama will hope to pick a favourable result that will see them reach the group stage of the CAF Champions League.
Now Black Stars players Jonathan Sowah and Fatawu Hamidu travelled with the team after missing their Ghana Premier League defeat against Aduana due to minor knocks.
The Tarkwa-based club will hope to become the first Ghanaian team to make it to the group stage of the tournament in eleven years since Berekum Chelsea did it in their debut.
Medeama eliminated Nigerian side Remo Stars in the first round of the competition following a penalty shootout victory in Ikenne.
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